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The forward mutation rate for piebald spotting in guinea pigs is 8 × 10-5;
the reverse mutation rate is 2 × 10-6. If no other evolutionary forces are
assumed to be acting, what is the expected frequency of the allele for
piebald spotting in a population that is in mutational equilibrium?

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