Correct. The male is eebb: ee because he is yellow, and bb because both his parents were brown. The female is EeBb. (We know she has at least one E allele because she is black, and she must be Ee because her mother was yellow, which implies ee. We also know the black female dog has a B allele because she has black fur, and a b because her father was brown.) EeBb x eebb results in 25% EeBb (black), 25% Eebb (brown), 25% eeBb (yellow) and 25% eebb (yellow).
Question 4Points: 10 out of 10Part 2 of 3: What percentage of the puppies will be black?