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The molecule would have London dispersion forces and dipole dipole. Dispersion forces are in all molecules. Since there is an oxygen in the molecule with C and H, this makes the molecule polar, so there would be dipole dipole intermolecular forces. Hydrogen forces would not be present because the hydrogen bonds would form if O-H, F-H, or N-H bonds were present, which is not the case here because the oxygen is bonded to carbon. Hope this helps!
The answer would be London dispersion forces and dipole-dipole forces only due to the London dispersion forces always being present, and the polarity of the molecule caused by C and H which means dipole-dipole forces are present.
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