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Suppose you have a population of 2000 vipers:
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Unformatted text preview: 100 non-poisonous (tt) 800 mildly poisonous (Tt) 1100 very poisonous (TT) Is this population in Hardy Weinberg equilibrium? What you are really doing when answering this question is testing the random mating assumption of H-W equilibrium only. Use chi squared test with hypothesis that mating is random , thus expect f(tt) = q 2 f(Tt) = 2pq f(TT)=p 2 To proceed, you need to know what p and q are so you can generate the expected values for f(tt), f(Tt) and f(TT) and compare those with the observed values above....
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