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The energy of a bond that you are referring is probably the energy it takes to break a bond. In the very beginning, these values are experimentally observed. To calculate it, there is a formula: delta G = delta H - T*delta S, which we haven’t learned yet.
The formal energy is the difference between the number of valence electrons an atom normally has, and how many it has in a particular molecule. You can just count each dot individually, and then count only one electron for each bond (line).
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