don't understand NMR - A level chemistry

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what do i do if there are several of the same types of bond showing up from the 1H NMR graph? and also where do I put it (relative to the number of hydrogens present from the graph - which I don't understand) and when do I add a hydrogen or a CH3 group to fill in the gaps?

I honestly don't know what to do with this topic because I've tried doing a topic test and only got 40% and I'm trying to get an A/A* overall.
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what do i do if there are several of the same types of bond showing up from the 1H NMR graph? and also where do I put it (relative to the number of hydrogens present from the graph - which I don't understand) and when do I add a hydrogen or a CH3 group to fill in the gaps?

I honestly don't know what to do with this topic because I've tried doing a topic test and only got 40% and I'm trying to get an A/A* overall.
1. NMR does not show bonds, it shows hydrogen atoms in different environments
2. It's not a graph it is an NMR spectrum

The rest of your paragraph is gobbledeegook
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