college math
posted by Joyce on .
cannot figure out the probability for the following: A pea plant i=must have exactly on of each of the following pairs of transis: Short(s) or tall(t); round(r) or wrinkled(w)seeds; yellow(y) or green(g)peas; and white(wh) or purple(p) flowers so
A) How many different classifications of pea plants are possible?
B) use a tree diagram to determine all classifications:
C0 If each characteristic is equally likely, find the probability that the pea plant will have round peas.
C0 Determint probability that the pea plant will be short, wrinkled and have yellow or purple flowers.

what is 2^4?
C. 1/2
D. 1/2*1/2*1/2*1/2 I think you misstyped the problem. 
A pea plant needs exactly one of each of the following pairs of traits:
Short(s) or tall(t) plant; round(r) or wrinkled(w) seeds; yellow(y) or green(g) peas; and white(wh) or purple(p) flowers.
a) how many different classifications of pea plants are possible?
b) Use a tree diagram to determine all classifications possible.
c) If each characteristic is equally likely, find the probability that the pea plant will have round peas.
d) Determine the probability that the pea plant will be short, have wrinkled seeds, have yellow peas and purple flowers.
Must show all work.