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The basic concepts for probability are simple:

If an event is completely inevitable, then its probability

1. Is If this is not possible, then the probability is 0.

Otherwise, its probability varies between 0 and 1.

Tossing a coin yields a head for half the time

Probability of Heads 1⁄2 – Probability of getting tails.

more likely. how can we determine.

Are two independent events likely to occur simultaneously? If two coins (say a cent and a coin) are discarded, each

Works independently of others. If yes, what is the probability of two coins? half an hour, money

the head is coming; In that fraction, half the time is trivial

top of head.

Therefore, the combined probability of both

Half the coins that come out of the head, or 1⁄2 1⁄2 = 1⁄4. I

find the collective probability of independent events, and then, we

Multiply the probabilities of individual events.

How does this method apply to genetics?

monohybrid cross. To apply probability theories to genetic problems, we just have to deal with comets.

Random fertilization instead of coin making and tossing.

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