# biology

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I am posting this question in Biology instead of Algebra even though it is a question from my Algebra class. Thanks.

A male bee has only one parent(a mother) and a female bee has two parents (a mother and a father).Assuming all ancestors are distinct, how many great, great, great, great grandparents does a male bee have?

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