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A forensic scientist is trying to find out the number of adenine in the DNA sample that he obtained from a crime scene. What can he assume about the number of adenine? The number of adenine will be equal to the number of guanine. The number of adenine will be equal to the number of all the other bases. The number of adenine will be equal to the number of thymine. The number of adenine will be not equal to the number of any other base.

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Jdavila0427

I would say The number of adenine will be equal to the number of thymine. hope that helps!

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