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The goal of the rearrangement is to simply move the positive charge to a more stable position. The type of rearrangement the carbocation will undergo should just be a hydride shift. This means that the positive charge would just move from the secondary position to a more stable tertiary position.
This carbocation rearranges. In the box to the right, draw the carbocation that is the result of the rearrangement. Include any nonzero formal charges in your drawing.
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