The Hardy-Weinberg are just quadatric equations to solve - like think algebra I. Here are some links:

http://jon.visick.faculty.noctrl.edu...utlines/19.pdf

http://darwin.eeb.uconn.edu/eeb348/l...erg/node3.html

I serious doubt these are on the tests now. You would be better served reviewing bio ethics and what do you do/say next questions over these. Your best bet is to not look at a review book for genertics but look at a good cell biology - biochemistry text book like - Lippencott where they discuss inhertance. Would also review the NM rule for calculating probility would be a swell thing to know also. For example if each parent has a 1/30 chance of CF then 1/30 * 1/30 = 1/900 for the child.

or one parent has a 1/4 and the other 1/64 then 1/4 * 1/64 = 1/256

Much more handy dandy - for figuring chances in genetics.