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Calculate the exact probability that when parents who are both heterozygous for a
recessive disease have three children, the oldest will be affected, the middle one unaffected,
and the youngest affected.

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    The probability that all events would occur if found by multiplying the probabilities of the individual events.

    .25*.75*.25 = ?

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