Suppose that a population consists of a fixed number, say, m, of genes in any generation. Each gene...

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Suppose that a population consists of a fixed number, say, m, of genes in any generation. Each gene is one of two possible genetic types. If any generation has exactly i (of its m) genes being type 1, then the next generation will have j type 1 (and m? j type 2) genes with probability Let X n denote the number of type 1 genes in the nth generation, and assume that X 0 = i. (a) Find E[X n ]. (b) What is the probability that eventually all the genes will be type 1? Sep 15 2014 06:32 AM

 

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