chemistry

how would i draw the expected proton nmr spectra and draw the integrated areas for each signal for

2,5-dimethyl-2,4-hexa diene?

- i have 3 unique protons. 2 at 5.5, 6 at 1.5, and 6 at 1.2

1-phenyl-2-methylpropare?

- i have 3 unique protons- 5 at 7.5, 2 at 2.4, and and 6 at 1.4

ch3n(ch2ch3)2

- i have 3 unique protons at 3 (4 splits) 3 at 2, and 6 (3 splits) at 1.2

is there splitting here? where would the peaks be?

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