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westworld Posted - 01/30/2012 : 12:43:17
A male honeybee is born from an unfertilized egg while a female is born from a fertilized egg. So, a male bee has only a mother but a female bee has both a mother and a father. How many total ancestors does a male bee have going back ten generations? (The bee's mother is the first generation back.) Appreciate any help.
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Subhotosh Khan Posted - 02/04/2012 : 16:25:33
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Originally posted by westworld

A male honeybee is born from an unfertilized egg while a female is born from a fertilized egg. So, a male bee has only a mother but a female bee has both a mother and a father. How many total ancestors does a male bee have going back ten generations? (The bee's mother is the first generation back.) Appreciate any help.



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