Hey, guys. So here we have to convert the following structural formula into its condensed formula. So basically, we just have to pack things in, and we're gonna say to do this and we're gonna take a look at this skeleton here, this carbon skeleton, and we're just gonna compress all the either hydrogen or ch three groups onto them. So we have. We'll say carbon 12345 and six. So the first carbon carbon one has on it. Three hydrogen, So compress it all into ch three. Then this carbon, the second carbon has to hydrogen on it. That ch two, then the third carbon this carbon has on it. What? Ah, hydrogen. And another ch three group. We're gonna put hydrogen and then to say that ch through ch three group is branching off. We put it in parentheses. We don't have to do that for the hydrogen because they can just pack in like this with it. But with other groups, we have to put in parentheses. Then we have next this carbon carbon four, which has on it two hydrogen. Then we have carbon five, which has one hydrogen. Now we draw the double bond. And then this last carbon carbon six has on it to hydrogen, so that would represent are condensed formula. So we've gone from the expanded structural formula tome or condensed formula, basically just taking the surrounding hydrogen, packing them in more tightly, take that ch three group packet and more tightly to get our condensed formula.