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NO2 ( negative by the 2 on the right side)

how do I do this as lewis dots

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    with two extra dots at the top of the right O and a negative charge on the entire ion. Count the electrons. There should be 18. It's tough to draw these things on these boards and we are severely limited in what we can do.

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