You will already have solved some synthetic problems, where it has been necessary to convert one compound into another using one or more steps. Although these have used simple molecules, and the products in fact could probably be bought cheaply, the practice you have had in interconverting compounds is valuable. The reactions for changing, for example, an ester to an amine are the same, in principle, regardless of the complexity of the molecule.
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