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What must be true for Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium to occur? A. No allele can give an advantage. B. The population must be small. C. Organisms must choose mates. D. Mutations must occur in each generation.

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    The only one that would work would be C, but a better way to state that would be that mating must happen randomly. C is the only one that works, and it is the best answer of the choices.

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