Nucleophilic substitution reaction

[b]Question:[/b]
Write an equation for each of the following nucleophilic substitution reactions

[b]a)[/b]2-chloropropane + sodium ethoxide

[b]Possible Answer[/b]
C3H7Cl + CH3CH2ONa = C5H12O + NaCl

[b]b)[/b]n-propyl chloride + ammonia
I dont know the answer to this

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a) (CH3)2-CHCl + CH3-CH2-O(-)Na(+) --> (CH3)2-CH-O-CH2-CH3 + NaCl
b) CH3-CH2-CH2-Cl + NH3 --> CH3-CH2-CH2-NH2 + HCl

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