A rose has a phenotype ratio of 3:1 where red roses are dominant over white roses. Out of a total of 4 roses, how many of the roses are red?

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A rose has a phenotype ratio of 3:1 where red roses are dominant over white roses. Out of a total of 4 roses, how many of the roses are red? 1 2 3 4

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Thanh Hà 1 year 2021-09-03T16:54:37+00:00 2 Answers 4 views 0

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    2021-09-03T16:56:20+00:00

    Answer:

    3

    Explanation:

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    2021-09-03T16:56:36+00:00

    Answer: 3

    Explanation:

    Since the phenotype ratio is 3 : 1, where red Roses are dominant over white roses, the ratio of red will be 3 while the white will be 1

    Finding the value of the two roses will be;

    3 + 1 = 4

    For red roses,

    3/4 × 4 = 3

    For white rose,

    1/4 × 4 = 1

    Therefore, 3 of the red roses are there.

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