4) Using the Lander-Waterman coverage table below, find the percentage of the H. influenzae genome that
was sequenced by random shotgun sequencing (round to the nearest coverage level on the table). Next, using the H. influenzae genome size and the coverage table, calculate how many bases were NOT sequenced by random shotgun sequencing.
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