# Number of hyperconjugating structures due to a C=N system [closed]

How many hyperconjugating strutures are there for the following compound?

I thought the answer to be 8 (as there are eight alpha hydrogens) but the correct answer given is zero. Why isn't the answer eight here, as expected from a $\ce{C=C}$ alkene? Does the explanation invoke the very definition of hyperconjugation?

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• this question came in my test today. Answer given is 8 – Archer Apr 1 '18 at 14:25
• a chemistry faculty told me it is 0.(that too an experienced one) – starunique2016 Apr 1 '18 at 15:47