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Suppose that goats have one gene that codes for color, where A is brown and a is white. The goats also have another gene that codes for height, where B is tall and b is short. If these two genes are unlinked, what is the probability that a cross between Aa Bb x Aa bb parents will produce three out of five offspring that are brown and short? Enter your answer as a decimal, rather than as a percentage. Number

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