Can any1 tell me what is the number of cyclic isomers of C5H10?

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1)cyclopentane


2)methylbutane


3)1,1-dimethyl propane


4)1,2-dimethyl propane


5)1,3-dimethyl propane


6)1,4-dimethyl propane


7)ethyl propane

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