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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

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

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Yes that is what it says.

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