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Questions: (Genetics) in a population of n diploid organisms with alternate dominant allele A and recessive allele a, those inheriting aa will not survive. Suppose that, in the population the number of AA individuals is , and the number of Aa individuals is n-α  . Suppose that, as a result of random mating m; (m > 2) offspring is produced. 

(a) What is the probability that at most two of the offspring are aa?

(b) For 0 <= i <= m, what is the probability that exactly i of the offspring are AA and the remaining are all Aa?




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