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Answers Part 2 - Question 1 Susan,,...

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Question 1 . Susan, a mother with type B blood, has a child with type O blood. She claims that James, who believes he is type A blood, is the father. He claims that he is not the father. Blood tests ordered by the judge reveal that James is indeed type A blood. The judge rules that A. James is right he could not be the father of this child B. Susan is right ‐ James is the father of the child C. Susan is not the real mother of the child an error was made in the newborn nursery *D. It is impossible to make a decision based on the limited data available
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Question 2 . The judge now asks for DNA tests, which reveal that James is homozygous dominant for type A blood. The judge rules that: * A. James is right - he could not be the father of this child B. Susan is right - James is the father of the child C. Susan is not the real mother of the child an error was made in the newborn nursery D. It is impossible to make a decision based on the limited data available
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