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VSEPR stands for what?
a) valence-shell-electron-pair repulsion
b) valence-single-electron-piece reduction
c) valence-strand-electron-place replacement
d) very-strong-electrons-pull-rapidly

If there are 4 bonding pairs around the central atom, this creates what?
a) tetrahedral
b) trigonal pyramidal
c) linear
d) trigonal planar

If there are 3 bonding pairs (with 4 electron pairs) around the central atom, this creates what?
a) trigonal pyramidal
b) tetrahedral
c) linear
d) trigonal planar

If there are 3 electron pairs (3 electron pairs) around the central atom, this creates what?
a) trigonal planar
b) trigonal pyramidal
c) tetrahedral
d) linear

H2O is an example of which shape?
a) angular
b) linear
c) trigonal planar
d) tetrahedral

CO2 is an example of which shape?
a) linear
b) angular
c) trigonal planar
d) tetrahedral

CH4 is an example of which shape?
a) tetrahedral
b) linear
c) angular
d) trigonal planar

This shape puts bonding pairs at 180 degrees apart.
a) linear
b) tetrahedral
c) trigonal planar
d) trigonal pyramidal

This shape puts bonding pairs at 120 degrees apart.
a) trigonal planar
b) trigonal pyramidal
c) linear
d) tetrahedral

Ammonia, NH3, is an example of which shape?
a) trigonal pyramidal
b) trigonal planar
c) tetrahedral
d) linear

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