🤓 Based on our data, we think this question is relevant for Professor Navarro's class at BROOKLYN CUNY.
We’re being asked to draw the mechanism for the given E1 reaction.
Recall that the E1 reaction occurs in two steps:
(1) carbocation formation – the carbon-leaving group bond is broken
(2) elimination – the base removes a β-hydrogen, forming a double bond.
Since a carbocation is formed during the reaction, the carbocation may rearrange into a more stable one.
Draw the final product for the following E1 reactions.