Get out ... this is a problem given to high school students. The solution
has to be simple.
"Lesley Robertson" <l.a.robertson at tnw.tudelft.nl> wrote in message
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>> "DSP" <nospam at nospam.com> wrote in message
> news:c_Xj8.289561$A44.15959244 at news2.calgary.shaw.ca...> > Hi all. I am sure many of you will know how to solve this problem. I
> > personally have no idea how to do it.
> > Three genes X, Y, Z are linked on one chromosome. If crossing-over
> > X and Y occurs 40% of the time, between Y and Z, 10%, and between Z and
> > 30%, waht is the sequence of these three genes on the chromosome?
> How many exam credits do we get for working it out, and which diploma do
> they count towards?
> Lesley Robertson