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When comparing the Hardy-Weinberg-predicted frequencies of Population Z and the actual frequencies of Population Z, what would you notice if Population Z was in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium? A. The actual frequencies would be higher than the predicted frequencies. B. The frequencies would be the same. C. The predicted frequencies would be higher than the actual frequencies. D. The frequencies would indicate that Population A was evolving.

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