Ratios of different samples of nucleic acid, Biology

Ratios of the bases in different samples of nucleic acid yielded the following results:

a.  A + C   =   0.6         b.    A  +  C   =  1            c.      A  + G   =  1.2

     U + G                            T +  G                              T  + C


(a) Indicate which sample is DNA?  RNA?

(b) Indicate which is double stranded? single stranded? 



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