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Problem: If you start with one double-stranded DNA molecule and you perform SIX cycles of PCR, how many double-stranded copies of the DNA will you have?a. 6b. 8c. 16d. 32e. 64

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If you start with one double-stranded DNA molecule and you perform SIX cycles of PCR, how many double-stranded copies of the DNA will you have?

a. 6

b. 8

c. 16

d. 32

e. 64

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