# Mathematical modeling

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**LittenP3G7**

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So what is Hardy-Weinberg Equillibrium?

1. no gene flow 2. random mating 3. no mutations 4. no genetic drift 5. no selection

p + q = 1p^2 + 2pq + q^2 = 1p = dominant alleleq = recessive allele

Case I: 5 random matings, record offspring, calculate p & q values

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How can mathematicalmodels be used to investigate the relationship betweenallele frequenciesin populations of organisms and evolutionary change?

Case II: 5 random matings, homozygous recessive condition is lethal, if aa offspring produced then repeat, calculate p & q values

Case III: 5 random matings, homozygous dominant condition is sometimes lethal, if AA offspring produced - flip coin (heads = AA, tails = Aa), calculate p & q

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