[High School Biology] Mendel's Laws and Meiosis; How do Mendel's Laws Relate to Meiosis?

I tried to find the answer on google but it seemed like nothing was coming up

That's exactly the point of this sort of question. It's not the sort of thing where you can just Google the answer and paraphrase a paragraph from Wikipedia without really understanding what it means.

Here's a hint: Mendel's laws are about proportions. For example, if you cross two heterozygous parents, three fourths of the offspring will have the dominant pheonotype and one fourth will have the recessive phenotype.

How many daughter cells do you get from the meiosis of a single parent cell? Four.

One fourth, three fourths, four. There's a common thread there.

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