# A couple plans to have two children. Each child is equally likely to be a girl or boy, with gender independent of that of the other child. a. Construct a sample space for the genders of the two children. b. Find the probability that both children are girls. c. Answer part b if in reality, for a given child, the

A couple plans to have two children. Each child is equally likely to be a girl or boy, with gender independent of that of the other child.

a. Construct a sample space for the genders of the two children.

b. Find the probability that both children are girls.

c. Answer part b if in reality, for a given child, the chance of a girl is 0.49.

a. Construct a sample space for the genders of the two children.

b. Find the probability that both children are girls.

c. Answer part b if in reality, for a given child, the chance of a girl is 0.49.

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