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 A carbon skeleton for cyclohexane is shown below. Where on that skeleton would the substituents be located in 4-chloro-1-ethyl-2-methylcyclohexane?

I didn't see any graphic with your question, but I'll assume you just drew a hexagon.  Just number the carbons 1-6 sequentially, and add the substituents to the carbons with the correct number.  See my graphic.

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