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Consider five independently assorting gene pairs, A/a, B/b, C/c, D/d and E/e, where each demonstrates complete dominance (A_, B_, C_, D_, and E_) and...

Consider five independently assorting gene pairs, A/a, B/b, C/c, D/d and E/e, where each demonstrates complete dominance (A_, B_, C_, D_, and E_) and recessiveness (aa, bb, cc, dd and ee). An individual with genotype AaBbCCddEe is crossed to an individual with genotype AABbCcDdEe. What is the probability of obtaining an offspring with genotype AABbCcDdee?


I used the fork line method but I ended up getting 3/64 as my answer which is wrong. Could you please explain why this is incorrect? I don't know where I went wrong.

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