# math

posted by carry on

the sex of to domain species is unknown but they each have a probability of X and -5 what does x equal and what is the domain species? Please someone help me don't give me the answer just please explain the process of this to me i have no clue where to start

1. bobpursley

The first line makes no sense. Are you certain that is what is given?

2. carry on

Yes that is what it says.

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