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I don't think you have to be super meticulous about the angels of the atoms, just the general area would be sufficient. Just remember to place atoms in the way that they are attracted to each other, like the anion next to the cation and not the cation next to the cation or the anion next tot he anion. Hope this helps!
At this point in the class we don't need to worry about the angles of the atoms in the lewis dot structure. We will learn later on the correct angles that should be drawn in lewis dot structures. I believe Lavelle said to just draw the atoms as symmetrically as possible for now.
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