Allele B mutates into allele b at an extraordinary high rate of 1 mutant allele arising per 100 gametes formed (i.e. u = 1/100). Assuming the population starts with the allele frequencies below, what will the allele frequencies be the next generation given this mutation rate?
Allele frequencies of current generation:
B = 0.6
b = 0.4
Allele frequencies in the next generation (Please answer in 3 significant digits)1 AnswerBiology3 years ago
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Note: n = triangular number
The rectangular numbers represent the number of dots in a rectangular array. The first four are listed below:
for n=1: 2 dots
for n=2: 6 dots
for n=3: 12 dots
for n=4: 20 dots
Find a formula for the number of dots in the rectangle n.
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A student set down for and exam with 45 questions. When the test was graded, the student scored a 32 out of a possible 36 points. The 32 points included two extra credit problems worth 2 points each. So, including the extra credit problems, how many questions did the student actually got right?
On a balance scale, 7 spools and 1 thimble balance 55 buttons. Also, 1 spool balances 1 thimble and 1 button. How many buttons will balance 1 spool?
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