# Answer to Question #63821 in Biochemistry for ashley smith

Question #63821

1. In humans, having unattached earlobes is dominant. If 36% of the population have attached earlobes, then what is the frequency of the population that has the dominant phenotype.

2.P^2+2pq+q^2=1P2+2pq+q2=1 and p + q = 1. In humans, having unattached earlobes is dominant. If 36% of the population have attached earlobes, then what is the frequency of the population that is homozygous dominant.

2.P^2+2pq+q^2=1P2+2pq+q2=1 and p + q = 1. In humans, having unattached earlobes is dominant. If 36% of the population have attached earlobes, then what is the frequency of the population that is homozygous dominant.

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Hello! The answer is: the frequency of the population that is homozygous dominant is 16%.

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