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My attempt: I'm not sure this is right but this is what i did. I found the allele frequencies to be:

A=0.4 B-0.3 a=0.1 b=0.2

I think to find Dmax I just multiply the two alleles with the larges frequencies so it would be .4 * .3 = 0.12 (correct answers are in red). This method gives 0.12, but I'm not sure that's how the problem is done. (I can do the other parts).

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closed as too localized by Shep, Luke, Daniel Standage, LanceLafontaine, jonsca Aug 20 '12 at 10:59

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