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A man with a recessive disease (the recessive phenotype) mates with a woman who is not affected with the disorder. However, two of
their five children have the disorder. What do we now know about the woman's genotype? Assume the disorder follows the rules of
Mendel.
1. She has to be homozygous recessive.
2. She has to be homozygous dominant.
3.
She is a carrier (heterozygous)-
4. There is not enough information to answer this question.

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