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M = 4 ?? How did you come up with that answer!?

I'd guess that you added up all the neighboring protons, which would give you n = 3 (1 HM + 2 HX). But that is wrong, since HX and HM are not equivalent. How do you determine the multiplicity of a signal in such a case?

For an answer, continue to page 95!