Problem: Texas two-step: Provide both the reagents (in square boxes) and the product (rounded box) for these synthesis. In some of the steps, there is more than one correct method. (Note, that a second reagent may be required in the square boxes. For example, the acid step of a Grignard addition-please include it.)

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Texas two-step: Provide both the reagents (in square boxes) and the product (rounded box) for these synthesis. In some of the steps, there is more than one correct method. (Note, that a second reagent may be required in the square boxes. For example, the acid step of a Grignard addition-please include it.)

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