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A population shows 81% have the dominant phenotype. If Hardy-Weinberg conditions are met, what will be the genotypic frequencies in the next generation?



______Homozygous dominant
_____ Heterozygous
______Homozygous recessive

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    A population shows 81% have the dominant phenotype. If Hardy-Weinberg conditions are met, what will be the genotypic frequencies in the next generation?

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