Biology multiple choice question

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If a randomly-mating population has an established frequency of 64% for the organisms homozygous dominant for a given trait, what is the frequency of this dominant allele in the gene pool?
A. .2
B. .24
C. .36
D. .8
E. .64
I think the answer is D. .8

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