Problem: On the template provided, draw the Newman projection for the most stable conformation of the molecule shown. Draw the Newman viewing from carbon #1 to carbon #6 (left) and carbon #3 to carbon #4 (right) (IUPAC numbering).  

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On the template provided, draw the Newman projection for the most stable conformation of the molecule shown. Draw the Newman viewing from carbon #1 to carbon #6 (left) and carbon #3 to carbon #4 (right) (IUPAC numbering).

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