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b. Allele 13Your answer is correct.The correct answer is: Allele 11
IndividualCSF1POD3S1358D5S818D7S820D8S117915,63,310,1516,193,5210,106,712,1214,147,737,83,412,1419,203,547,75,511,1214,174,555,54,410,1115,164,4611,133,813,1417,174,4712,137,814,1418,196,9813,135,510,1419,205,597,95,511,1214,204,51010,113,610,1115,154,41111,133,813,1417,194,41212,126,714,1418,206,9136,65,510,1414,155,5145,124,714,1418,196,91511,135,510,1520,205,5For STR CSF1P0, what is the probability of both Alleles 11 and 13 being present in a randomly selected individual, alsocalled the genotype frequency? Write your answer to the 3rd decimal place.Hint: recall genotype frequency calculation for heterozygous genotypes = 2pq
4/20/2020Week 4 Activity: Attempt review7/13Question 13Correct1.00 points outof 1.00IndividualCSF1POD3S1358D5S818D7S820D8S117915,63,310,1516,193,5210,106,712,1214,147,737,83,412,1419,203,547,75,511,1214,174,555,54,410,1115,164,4611,133,813,1417,174,4712,137,814,1418,196,9813,135,510,1419,205,597,95,511,1214,204,51010,113,610,1115,154,41111,133,813,1417,194,41212,126,714,1418,206,9136,65,510,1414,155,5145,124,714,1418,196,91511,135,510,1520,205,5Based on the sample of 15 individuals above, what is the probability that a randomly selected individual will have Alleles 3and 8 at D3S1358 andAlleles 4 and 6 at D8S1179? Write your answer to the 5th decimal.
4/20/2020Week 4 Activity: Attempt review8/13InformationQuestion 14Correct1.00 points outof 1.00IndividualCSF1POD3S1358D5S818D7S820D8S1179DNA Evidence5,63,310,1516,193,5210,106,712,1214,147,737,83,412,1419,203,547,75,511,1214,174,555,54,410,1115,164,4611,133,813,1417,174,4712,137,814,1418,196,9813,135,510,1419,205,597,95,511,1214,204,51010,113,610,1115,154,41111,133,813,1417,194,41212,126,714,1418,206,9136,65,510,1414,155,5145,124,714,1418,196,91511,135,510,1520,205,5Calculate the probability of Allele 5 for CSF1PO.P(5) = 0.107Round your answer accurately to the 3rd decimal place.Hint:Recall that the probability of a given allele is the same as calculating the frequency of that allele in the sample,which is individuals 2-15 in this section.IndividualCSF1POD3S1358D5S818D7S820D8S1179DNA Evidence5,63,310,1516,193,5210,106,712,1214,147,737,83,412,1419,203,547,75,511,1214,174,555,54,410,1115,164,4611,133,813,1417,174,4712,137,814,1418,196,9813,135,510,1419,205,597,95,511,1214,204,51010,113,610,1115,154,41111,133,813,1417,194,41212,126,714,1418,206,9136,65,510,1414,155,5145,124,714,1418,196,91511,135,510,1520,205,5Assume that Individual 1 in the above table is the DNA evidence found at the crime scene. For the next 15 questions,work towards calculating the RMP for this individual’s DNA results based on the “population” allele frequencies from theremaining reference samples in the table (Individuals 2-15). So, while in the previous questions, you based yourcalculations on on individuals 1-15, it is now based on individuals 2 to 15.You will be given hints along the way to help. Be sure to make note of the correct answer for each question as laterquestions build on the answers of the previous questions.

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