Posted by **JJ** on Tuesday, January 4, 2011 at 6:36pm.

Suppose in a breeding experiment, you combined 7,000 AA individuals and 3,000 aa individuals, and they mated randomly. After the first generation, what would be the value of p2 (p squared) ? of q2 (q squared)? of 2 pq? what would be the value after the second generation if the Hardy-Weinberg Law applies?

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