Question Solved1 Answer Suppose that, as a result of mutation, the number of individuals in a population carrying allele A and allele B changes in a way described by the equation [ 0.91 01 Yt + 1 = 0.09 1] where yt is the vector whose components are the numbers of individuals carrying each allele at time t. An equilibrium is a value of the vector for which no change occurs (that is, Yt + 1 = yt). Denoting such values by ŷ, they must therefore satisfy the equation [ 0.91 Olo L 0.09 1] Find all possible equilibrium values. (Let k represent a real number.) y =

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Transcribed Image Text: Suppose that, as a result of mutation, the number of individuals in a population carrying allele A and allele B changes in a way described by the equation [ 0.91 01 Yt + 1 = 0.09 1] where yt is the vector whose components are the numbers of individuals carrying each allele at time t. An equilibrium is a value of the vector for which no change occurs (that is, Yt + 1 = yt). Denoting such values by ŷ, they must therefore satisfy the equation [ 0.91 Olo L 0.09 1] Find all possible equilibrium values. (Let k represent a real number.) y =
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Transcribed Image Text: Suppose that, as a result of mutation, the number of individuals in a population carrying allele A and allele B changes in a way described by the equation [ 0.91 01 Yt + 1 = 0.09 1] where yt is the vector whose components are the numbers of individuals carrying each allele at time t. An equilibrium is a value of the vector for which no change occurs (that is, Yt + 1 = yt). Denoting such values by ŷ, they must therefore satisfy the equation [ 0.91 Olo L 0.09 1] Find all possible equilibrium values. (Let k represent a real number.) y =
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Q. y_(t+1)=[[0.91,0],[0.09,1]]y_(t)foln For Equilibrium points,y_(t+1)=y_(t)Let this fol" be denoted by hat(y)fo hat(y)=[[0.91,0],[0.09,1]] hat(y)hat(y) must be a 2xx2 Matrix.Let hat(y)=[[a,b],[c,d]]=>[[a, ... See the full answer