The names of the following compounds?

CH3-2CH3=CH-CH2-CH3

CH3-CH2-C-(above and below the C: CH3-CH3) -CH (below is CH3) - CH3

CH3-C(below is Cl) = C (above is Cl) - CH2-CH3

CH3-CH2-C=C-CH2-CH3

...how do i figure this out?

Answer:
Number 1 formula is wrong.

For No.2, it's 3,3-diethyl, 2-methylpentane.

For No.3, it's trans-2,3-dichloropent-2-ene.

For No. 4, it's hex-3-ene.
These formulae are wrong. Carbon always has 4 bonds

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