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Organic Chemistry Question Please Answer And Give Explanation To Why Only 1 3 Diene Ends Up Reacting

I’m working on a chemistry question and need an explanation to help me understand better.

The molecule on the left has mutliple 1,3-dienes (4 in total), but only one ends up reacting in a Diels-Alder reaction. Idenitfy which diene ends up reacting, predict the product when it reacts with the dienophile partner (including sterochemistry) and explain why only that 1,3-diene ends up reacting.

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