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And may be you need to add carboxyllic (COOH) group in some other way?
Images you posted are not available now. As you said, first part of the answer to the last question is correct. Is that reacted only with KMnO4 ?
 


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No, it reacted  with AlCl3 and the products for  KMNO4,H2O and Br2,FeBr3 are wrong
and for first question's answer how can hydrogen form two bonds? or is it Nitrogen forming bond and having a charge?

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hey I got the answers to second and last questions right, for last one u had to replace the isopropyl group with COOH and ring structure remains there.

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That dashed bond is actually the bond between molecules.

See how the website wants hydrogen bond to be. May be you have to put both H and N inside some dashed squares? Or may be some other way?

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For the resonance problem, more than one resonance structures are possible. I am not completely sure what the question means by major contributor. But I think the following is the correct answer (this is a valid resonance strucuture):
 
 

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Hey thanks I've got all the answers :)

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