The relationship between allele frequencies and genotype frequencies in populations at Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium is usually described using a trait for which there are two alleles present at the locus of interest. This calculator demonstrates the application of the Hardy-Weinberg equations to loci with more than two alleles.
In this calculator, Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium can be used to calculate the expected common homozygotes, expected heterozygotes, expected rare homozygotes and the frequency range of
A: (2*207 + 160)/ (2*420) = 0.6833 B: (2*53 + 160)/ (2*420) = 0.3167 Now we can compute the expected number of individuals that would have each genotype if the population were at Hardy