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The probability of two independent events occurring together is the product quotient sum difference of the probability of each event occurring separately.
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User: The probability of two independent events occurring together is the product quotient sum difference of the probability of each event occurring separately.

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User: The second generation phenotypes resulting from the cross of true-breeding monohybrid pollination will display a ratio of _____. 4:1 1:2:1 3:1 none of the above

Weegy: The second generation phenotypes resulting from the cross of true-breeding monohybrid pollination will display a ratio of 1:4 . [smile]
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The probability of two independent events occurring together is the quotient of the probability of each event occurring separately.
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The second generation phenotypes resulting from the cross of true-breeding monohybrid pollination will display a ratio of 3:1.
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