Uh, this problem gives us a few different amino acids here and tells us what the, um I'm are in A codes are for them and then the part A assets to give the corresponding sequences Indiana for each of the ones that they give us. So, um, remember that G pairs, Let's see, And then a pairs the tea and you'll notice there no teas and these that there are use on. And so India Day We used timing, but an or in a diamond is replaced with your cell, which is you. So a also pairs with you. So starting with the 1st 1 here G a a so g is see and then a turns into t indiana, So C t t um and then the 2nd 1 The second version of this amino acid is G A G so B C T c for failing, which is next. We have g u u So g turns into C, and then you turns into a sea of C A G. You see becomes C a g with its pair, um, and then g u a g become See you becomes a a becomes T in DNA and then g u g, we have C A C is our compliment or finding, which is next We have a you g So a becomes t Indiana, you becomes a and G become see for trips A fan you g g So you becomes a G becomes C So a cc fennel Allan e which is next you you you becomes a you. You see, we have a from the use and then see becomes G for G a u G becomes see a becomes T um, and you becomes a and then g A C G becomes see a becomes T and C becomes G. So C T g um and then part be asked us to give a DNA sequence of a code for this peptide here. So first, we have trip to fan. So that is right here. We just coated that for a C C. Um, and then read it like this, actually. Okay, C c. And then for the next one, we coated two different options here, so each one will work. So I'm gonna use C t. T. So there's two options for this 11 option for this one professional Allen and we also had two options. I'm just going to use the 1st 1 which was a a a and the informant buying in the only had one option, which was t a c. So there is our code for part B, but part see, it asked how many different DNA sequences can cold for that peptide. And so that's why I wrote these little numbers above here. So there was one option for the first part, Um, and then two for the 2nd 22 for the third and one for the first. So there is one possibility, or the first, uh, code on to the second coat on to third coat on and one for the fourth code on. So we multiply all those together, we get a total of four. So there's four different sequences that could code for that same peptide on. And then port de asked us what peptide is produced from this DNA sequence. So ta see, Let's go find that in decoded. So TC is defining t g a. Let's find that in here. Oh, sorry, C T G. Oh, my gosh. I've read that wrong. C t g is right here. And then a G's or last one, that is, uh, final tally. So there is our three amino acid code there, and then party asked what other DNA sequences feel the same truck outside as party. So, um, tiny has one option. Um, the next one has two options, and the next one has two options as well. So one times two times two is four. So there's four, um, total options for that. So three other DNA sequences would give us that same trip outside.