A woman gives birth to a son. What is the probability that her second child will be a girl? (1 point)
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  1. 50 %

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    Ms. Sue
  2. The point is that the two births are statistically independent.

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  4. this test is just reused for each year

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  5. mrs sue u were helpful for once

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  6. dang

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  7. exactly she was finally helpful for the first time in her life

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  8. @wehatems.sue shut up you of a human

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  9. ms sue i know that a lot of people dont like you but you have helped me tremendously this year. you are wonderful thank you !!

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