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Problem: Imagine that blending inheritance was true, and black and white rabbits mated as in the example in the book. If the offspring show only half the intensity of black pigment after one generation, how many generations would be required for them to show 1/16th the intensity of black pigment?A) 4B) 5C) 7D) 6

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Imagine that blending inheritance was true, and black and white rabbits mated as in the example in the book. If the offspring show only half the intensity of black pigment after one generation, how many generations would be required for them to show 1/16th the intensity of black pigment?

A) 4

B) 5

C) 7

D) 6

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