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Write the mechanism for (E)-2-5-dimethyl-hex-3-ene and bromine?
Assign the R, S configuration for each of the products and determine the stereochemical relationship of each set of products.

I think the products will be trans but I am not quite sure how the mechanism work. Any help would be appreciated

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