## Biology, Pages 251-265Neil Campbell and Jane Reece's BIOLOGY remains unsurpassed as the most successful majors biology textbook in the world. This text has invited more than 4 million students into the study of this dynamic and essential discipline. |

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With a coin that has heads on both sides , the probability of

and the probability of

heads is 1/2 , and the chance of

the ...

With a coin that has heads on both sides , the probability of

**tossing**heads is 1 ,and the probability of

**tossing**tails is 0. With a normal coin , the chance of**tossing**heads is 1/2 , and the chance of

**tossing**tails is 1/2 . The probability of drawingthe ...

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the probability of heads is 1/2 . The outcome of any particular

by what has happened on previous trials . We refer to phenomena such as coin ...

**Tossing**a coin illustrates an important lesson about probability . For every**toss**,the probability of heads is 1/2 . The outcome of any particular

**toss**is unaffectedby what has happened on previous trials . We refer to phenomena such as coin ...

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... carrying both dominant alleles for seed shape ( RR ) is 1/4 . Figure 14.9 ( from

page 259 ) Segregation of alleles and fertilization as chance events . When a

heterozygote ( Rr ) forms gametes , segregation of alleles is like the

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... carrying both dominant alleles for seed shape ( RR ) is 1/4 . Figure 14.9 ( from

page 259 ) Segregation of alleles and fertilization as chance events . When a

heterozygote ( Rr ) forms gametes , segregation of alleles is like the

**toss**of a coin.

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