Jhon:

Which of the following explanations supports Yolanda's conclusion?

1 month ago
Shadow:

What is 'Yolanda's conclusion' and there options for us to choose from?

1 month ago
Jhon:

Yolanda concludes that only the first and fourth chicks could be related to the mother hen. Which of the following explanations supports Yolanda's conclusion? A. Seven out of nine bands in the fourth chick's DNA sequence exactly match the sequence found in the mother hen. B. Only three out of nine bands in the third chick's DNA sequence exactly match the sequence found in the mother hen. C. The banding pattern in the second chick's DNA sequence does not at all match the sequence found in the mother hen. D. All of these explanations support Yolanda's conclusion.

1 month ago
Shadow:

@imqwerty

1 month ago
Shadow:

Do you know if a certain # of bands is the barrier between verifying a relationship between offspring and a mother?

1 month ago
Shadow:

Because A and C make sense, obviously, but my question hinges on B which would then include D

1 month ago
Shadow:

Actually I don't think you can choose multiple for this. But that logic would point to D, if three bands is under the threshold. Do you know @Jhon ?

1 month ago
Jhon:

ok man thanks

1 month ago
Jhon:

I did it well

1 month ago
Jhon:

you are the best bro

1 month ago
Jhon:

Ken enjoys bird watching. Every summer, he sees many ruby-throated hummingbirds in his garden. However, during the winter, he never sees any ruby-throated hummingbirds. Which of the following is a testable hypothesis that Ken could make to explain the winter absence of the hummingbirds? A. Ruby-throated hummingbirds hibernate during the winter. B. Ruby-throated hummingbirds do not like being cold. C. Where do ruby-throated hummingbirds go in the winter? D. Do ruby-throated hummingbirds like cold weather?

1 month ago
Shadow:

If you have further questions, open up a new question for that. You'll have to close this one first though.

1 month ago
Jhon:

ok

1 month ago
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