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EASY > What set of fitness levels most likely produced the allele graph shown below? http://www.explorelearning.com/ELContent/gizmos/ELScience_Deliverable/ExplorationGuides/images/EL_MSLS_MicroEvo3.gif A. Fitness of DD 60%, Dd 75%, and dd 100% B. Fitness of DD 100%, Dd 60%, and dd 80% C. Fitness of DD 75%, Dd 60%, and dd 100% D. Fitness of DD 70%, Dd 100%, and dd 70%

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  1. EntwinedFates
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    Most likely using the Hardy-Weinberg Equation should help. http://www.phschool.com/science/biology_place/labbench/lab8/hardwein.html Hope it helps.

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