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Equivalent H's are those that are in the same chemical environment. For example in CH3-CH2-CH3, the H's on the CH3's are both connected by a single bond to carbon which is also connected by a single bond to another carbon. The environment is basically how the bonds connect the atoms. In this case, the bonds for both CH3's are essentially equal, so the H's are equivalent.
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