Chapter 4 - Organic Compounds: Cycloalkanes and Their Stereochemistry - Exercises - Page 114b: 26

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The formula is $C_{5}H_{10}$ and it is evident that there are twice as many hydrogens as carbon. This means that it can either be a cyclohexane or an alien. Since we are only allowed single bonds, then it is a cyclic compound.

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