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Assume that in a certain population of giraffes, dark brown spots are dominant to light brown spots. If the frequency of dark brown giraffes is 56%, what is the frequency of the dark brown allele? Hint: the frequency that is provided is the frequency of a specific phenotype (i.e. not a genotype frequency)

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