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My advice is to work backwards from the product and to use reactions that you have learned in class.
R-X don't add on alkenes like H-X do. It needs many haloatoms on R, and some conditions on the alkenehttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kharasch_addition
@OP, What reactions have you learned that form carbon-carbon bonds?
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