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# In cocker spaniels, solid coat color is dominant over spotted coat color. If two heterozygous solid...

In cocker spaniels, solid coat color is dominant over spotted coat color. If two heterozygous solid dogs were crossed to each other, what would be the probability of having a first litter of five pups, the firstborn with solid fur, and then among the next four, three with solid fur and one with spotted fur; and then a second litter of seven pups in which the firstborn is spotted and the remaining six are solid animals. Please give the answer using decimals.

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