Question 5 of 54.0 PointsThe change in allele frequency resulting from one generation of selection is given by p’ - p. The size of this change depends on the starting frequency, p.Using the same fitnesses for the example given in class (w11 = 1, w12 = 0.95, and w22 = 0.9), find p’ - p when p = 0.01. For comparison, in the example fromclass with p = 0.5 we have p’ - p = 0.013.
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