n^3 (n cubed)
m3m6 = m3+6 = m9
You can't simplify it any further without a value for y.
The red color is RR and pink is Rr. RR is red, rr is white and Rr is pink. Cross the two: RR (red) and Rr (pink). You will get RR and Rr in a 1:1 ratio. You will not get any rr (white).The red color is RR and pink is Rr. RR is red, rr is white and Rr is pink. Cross the two: RR (red) and Rr (pink). You will get RR and Rr in a 1:1 ratio. You will not get any rr (white).
50%Rr to 50%rr
using a punnett square the parents would have to be Rr and rr
x cubed, or x³
√(12x3y3z-2) * √(15xy) = √(180x4y4x-2) = 13.416x2y2z-1 = 13.416(xy)2/z
To simplify (3x3)2, the exponent is distributed to both the constant and the variable and multiplied with any other exponents. So (3x3)2 = 32 * x3*2 = 9x6.
To simplify x3-9x, you factor out the x, leaving you with x(x2-9). You can then take the square root of both numbers and end up with x(x+3)(x-3).
The genotypes would be: RR, RR, RR, and Rr As for the phenotypes, you cannot tell without knowing what the alleles represent.
That depends on the two phenotypes. If it is Rr and Rr then only 25% is homozygous recessive. If it is rr and rr then 100% is homozygous recessive. RR and Rr = 0% recessive. To see the percentages you have to use the Punnett squares
simple Mendelian genetics...right-handed is the dominant allele (R), left-handed is recessive (r). you can figure it out using a Punnett square. RR, Rr = RH kid rr = LH kid RR + RR = 100% RR -> all RH kids RR + Rr = 50% RR, 50% Rr -> all RH kids Rr + Rr = 25% RR, 50% Rr, 25% rr -> 75% RH kids, 25% LH kids rr + rr = 100% rr -> all LH kids to be LH, you have to have left-handedness somwhere in the family. however, you can be LH and neither your parents or grandparents would have to be.
(x2y2)3 + (x3y3)2 = 2x6y6.
what does r-r mean i mean rr
homozygous recessive (rr) & Heterozygous (Rr) homozygous recessive (rr) & Heterozygous (Rr)
x cubed y cubed z squared
R R r Rr Rr r Rr Rr That is the Punnet Square. The genotype will be 100% Rr in the cross. The phenotype will be whatever phenotype is constituted by your dominant allele.
One-half. Doing a Punnett square, Rr x rr = 1/2 probability for heterozygous Rr, 1/2 for homozygous rr. rr
50% Rr, 50% rr
What does the RR stand for at a pharmacy?