Problem: Provide an efficient multistep synthesis for the following conversion of the given starting compound into the target compound. For this problem, do not give a mechanism with curved arrows. For the synthesis, more than one functional group transformation is required. For each functional group transformation, give all necessary reagents and catalysts and give a structural formula of the organic product. Also give hv and/or heat when necessary. Show stereochemistry appropriately when necessary. 

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Provide an efficient multistep synthesis for the following conversion of the given starting compound into the target compound. For this problem, do not give a mechanism with curved arrows. For the synthesis, more than one functional group transformation is required. For each functional group transformation, give all necessary reagents and catalysts and give a structural formula of the organic product. Also give hv and/or heat when necessary. Show stereochemistry appropriately when necessary. 

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