# Did the genotype of the first child have any effect on the second

What is the probability that a child of two heterozygous parents will be albino?

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0.5

0.75

1.0

0.25

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Question 20 pts

For this question, you will make a prediction. There is no wrong answer, give your prediction.

If two heterozygous parents have four children, how many do you predict will be albino?

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Question 31 pts

If two Aa parents have four children, predict the number of children with the following genotypes if probability exactly correlated with a specific outcome:

AA = [ Select ] [“1”, “0”, “2”]

Aa = [ Select ] [“1”, “0”, “2”]

aa = [ Select ] [“0”, “2”, “1”]

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We can model the probability of offspring by flipping coins. Find two coins. One will represent the eggs produced by the mother, the other will represent the sperm produced by the father. Fill in this table. For each child, flip both coins. Heads will represent the A allele and tails will represent the a allele. (for example, in the first box, if you get two heads, you will write AA). Repeat this for each of the four families.

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Question 41 pts

How many of your families have exactly the predicted number of AA, Aa, and aa children? Why didn’t all of your families have exactly the predicted number of children that are AA, Aa, and aa?

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Question 51 pts

Did the genotype of the first child have any effect on the second, third, or fourth children?

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Yes

No

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