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Unformatted text preview: . A man whose father is type B and whose mother is type A, has a blood type A. He marries a
type A woman, whose parents had the same blood types as his parents. What are the genotypes
of the man and woman and what is the probability that their first child will be blood type A?
15. A type A man whose mother was type O marries a woman with type B blood. Their son has type
B blood. This son marries a girl with type B blood. They have 12 children. 10 are type B and 2
are type O. What are the genotypes of the man, woman, son, girl, and children?
16. A man with type A blood marries a woman with type B blood. They have a type O child. What
is the probability of their fifteenth child having type O blood?
17. A man whose father was AB and whose mother was B, has type A blood. He marries a woman
with type A blood but whose father was type A and whose mother was type B. What is the
probability that the first child will be type A? What is the probability that the second child will
be type A? What is the probability that the third child will be type A?
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This note was uploaded on 07/04/2013 for the course SCIENCE AP Biology taught by Professor Cherylannhollinger during the Fall '12 term at Central York Hs.
 Fall '12
 CherylannHollinger
 Genetics, Plants, AP Biology

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