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1. A husband and wife are both heterzygous for albinism, an autosomal recessive trait. What is the probability that their 1st child will be albino?
a. What is the probability that both of their 1st two children will be albino?
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do your frigging homeworks. Draw the punnet sqaure and calculate.
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canalon wrote:do your frigging homeworks. Draw the punnet sqaure and calculate.
I answered one
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you can solve that problem very easily with Binominal test law.
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hezha wrote:you can solve that problem very easily with Binominal test law.
You dont even really need that because 2 over 2 = 1.
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hey patrick you always saying that !!!!
find another or think another quotation for your new answer!
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same case, same answer.
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