Problem: Repeat Problem 3.40 for the stereoisomeric steroid skeleton having a cis ring fusion between the rst two rings. A typical steroid skeleton is shown along with the numbering scheme used for this class of compounds. Specify in each case whether the designated substituent is axial or equatorial. (a) Substituent at C-1 cis to the methyl groups 

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Repeat Problem 3.40 for the stereoisomeric steroid skeleton having a cis ring fusion between the rst two rings. A typical steroid skeleton is shown along with the numbering scheme used for this class of compounds. Specify in each case whether the designated substituent is axial or equatorial. 

(a) Substituent at C-1 cis to the methyl groups 

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