Name: uAneof classBIOL 117 G-test Homework- Due Wednes1/23 at startUse the following informatiSection:In a given population, only the "A" and "B" alleles aand 25 have type B blood1. calcare no individualson to answer the questions below:ABO blood200blood or with O alleltypeare present of thees in this particular population. 200 peoplelation. 26AO blood type proteins. Therepeople have type A blood, 75 have type AB blood,ulate the observed genotypic frequencies and enter them incalculate the allele frequencies and enter them in the table2.3. calculate the expected genotypic frequencies and enter tthem in the table0.125+ 0.6664. Complete the rest of the G-table9 Expected83 | Genotypic | # Expected | OE | In[OE]Frequency| 유 | 820-6115 | 1 75 | 093 | 1.10 | 1-6.56Zo In(o/E) 13.aqq 0.2065. Compare your G value to the chi square statistic.Degrees of Freedom3.8415.9917.8159.4SS11.07012.59214.067a. Do you accept or reject the null hypothesis?b. Is this evidence that the population is (or is not) inHardy-Weinberg Equilibrium?

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question 5a on the worksheet. Do i accept or reject the null hypothesis?

Name: uAne
of class
BI
OL 117 G-test Homework- Due Wednes
1/23 at start
Use the following informati
Section:
In a given population, only the "A" and "B" alleles a
and 25 have type B blood
1. calc
are no individuals
on to answer the questions below:
ABO blood
200
blood or with O allel
type
are present of the
es in this particular population. 200 people
lation. 26AO blood type proteins. There
people have type A blood, 75 have type AB blood,
ulate the observed genotypic frequencies and enter them in
calculate the allele frequencies and enter them in the table
2.
3. calculate the expected genotypic frequencies and enter t
them in the table
0.125
+ 0.666
4. Complete the rest of the G-table
9 Expected
83 | Genotypic | # Expected | OE | In[OE]
Frequency
| 유 | 82
0-6115 | 1 75 | 093 | 1.10 | 1-6.56
Zo In(o/E) 13.aq
q 0.206
5. Compare your G value to the chi square statistic.
Degrees of Freedom
3.841
5.991
7.815
9.4SS
11.070
12.592
14.067
a. Do you accept or reject the null hypothesis?
b. Is this evidence that the population is (or is not) in
Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium?
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Name: uAne of class BI OL 117 G-test Homework- Due Wednes 1/23 at start Use the following informati Section: In a given population, only the "A" and "B" alleles a and 25 have type B blood 1. calc are no individuals on to answer the questions below: ABO blood 200 blood or with O allel type are present of the es in this particular population. 200 people lation. 26AO blood type proteins. There people have type A blood, 75 have type AB blood, ulate the observed genotypic frequencies and enter them in calculate the allele frequencies and enter them in the table 2. 3. calculate the expected genotypic frequencies and enter t them in the table 0.125 + 0.666 4. Complete the rest of the G-table 9 Expected 83 | Genotypic | # Expected | OE | In[OE] Frequency | 유 | 82 0-6115 | 1 75 | 093 | 1.10 | 1-6.56 Zo In(o/E) 13.aq q 0.206 5. Compare your G value to the chi square statistic. Degrees of Freedom 3.841 5.991 7.815 9.4SS 11.070 12.592 14.067 a. Do you accept or reject the null hypothesis? b. Is this evidence that the population is (or is not) in Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium?

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Null hypothesis suggests that there is no significant difference between the expected outcome and observed outcome frequency in an experiment. To accept or reject the hypothesis we must find out the Chi-square(X2 ) first. Chi-square measures how much the sample distribution diverges from the hypothetical deviation. If Chi-square is found to be greater than or equal to the critical value, we reject the null hypothesis.  

 

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The critical value in a Chi-square test is planned by a statistical table based on the level of importance at which the test is carried out and a value called the degree of freedom.

Degree of freedom(df) is calculated by subtracting 1 from total number of class(n), for exa...

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