wre are two pods of peasagee one idomin ttre)and a yellow one ece ow tould the botant best deeine meteron A Cros the green pod plewth e eeenpod plat Cres the green pod plant C ef pol ther the genvo of the peen pod pat heme t pod green pod pat nnett squares can be usnd to predete be possible outcomes f below, dagrem notpes. Then diagram the resut e botanist's test crom in the homonve and denot enplent heterongs nd denate the peted eresult expected mohypes

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wre are two pods of peasagee one idomin
ttre)and a yellow one ece
ow tould the botant best deeine
meteron
A Cros the green pod plewth e eeenpod plat
Cres the green pod plant
C ef pol
ther the genvo of the peen pod pat heme
t pod
green pod pat
nnett squares can be usnd to predete be possible outcomes f
below, dagrem
notpes. Then diagram the resut e
botanist's test crom in the
homonve and denot
enplent heterongs nd denate the peted
eresult
expected
mohypes
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wre are two pods of peasagee one idomin ttre)and a yellow one ece ow tould the botant best deeine meteron A Cros the green pod plewth e eeenpod plat Cres the green pod plant C ef pol ther the genvo of the peen pod pat heme t pod green pod pat nnett squares can be usnd to predete be possible outcomes f below, dagrem notpes. Then diagram the resut e botanist's test crom in the homonve and denot enplent heterongs nd denate the peted eresult expected mohypes

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