An allele frequency is can be computed as the total number of a particular allele for the gene divided by the total number of alleles for the gene in the given population.

A population consists of 200 individuals with genotype information summarized below:

A. What is the frequency of the *A* allele?

B. What is the frequency of the *a* allele?

C. Is population at Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium?

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