What are the odds of a child having the same birthday as parents?
I believe the chances of having the same birthday as one of your parents is:
1 out of 183
and the chances of having the same birthday as both parents is:
1 out of 133,225
Believe 1 in 6
1 out of 365 These odds improve if she has sex and gets pregnant about 3 months after her birthday.
not very likely
It cannot (unless the parents were homozygous), but it can help predict the odds of having a child with a genetic disorder.
Is it possible for heterozygous parents of normal height to have only offspring with achondroplasia?
Yes, though it's rare. For each child the odds of that happening genetically is 25%) so to calculate the odds of n children of heterozygotic parents having that condition would be (1/4)n
Believe it or not it happens very often for example three generations of women in my family have the same birthday i am the third generation I've seen it a lot more too so the odds are high. I agree, I am born on my mother's birthday and in school I had several friends who were also born on their mother's birthdays.
There is a 1 chance in 4 that two brown-eye parents will have a blue-eyec child, if both parents have the Bb gene. There are other factors involved that would allow for two brown-eyed parents to have a blue-eyed child. See Sources and related links for additional information.
If both of a child's parents have a widow's peak will that child genetically inherit the widow's peak?
its likely but might not the chances of the shild not having a widows peak are 1/16 you can better know these odds if you know the parents genotype or genetic makeup.
About 1 In 1000 Unless you have twins
What are the chances of having a child with Asperger's Syndrome when your husband has a brother that has it?
If a parent has AS the odds of offspring having AS is estimated at 80%. If the husband does not exhibit AS traits than the odds are reduced greatly but still possible as AS is genetic.
Yes, they can. The odds are not very good, but it can happen.
1 in 20,000! I know 4 people with my same birthday, 3 of them not being related...
This is not an easy question to answer if possible at all. The early ideas of eye color and genetics is obsolete. Parents may produce a child of any eye color combination. Until we know more about genetics and inherited traits, it is at best a spin of the wheel.
Well quite alot of people have their sons birthdays on similar days (1-2 difference) and I wuould say the chances are about 50/50 but that's just my opinion.:)
If the trait for six fingers is dominant then the odds are 3/4, if the trait is recessive then the odds are 1/4
Pretty good, of both parents have blue eyes.
What are the odds of sibling having the same birthday having children on the same day an hour and a half apart?
There is no simple answer since the times of conception may not be independent events.
Odds deal with sets of numbers. You haven't given a group to work with. For example, the odds of two people having the same birthday approaches certainty with a group of thirty or more, but finding someone with your birthday would require 180, just to give a fifty/fifty chance.
if one parent has the trait, the offspring have a 75% chance of also having the condition
No. Since HD is carried on a dominant gene, your odds of inheriting THAT gene are 50-50 if ONE parent has the gene- but odds are 100% if BOTH parents have the gene.
The odds are 75%
According to the epilepsy website, there is only a 4% chance of epilepsy being passed to the child if only one of the parents have it. The odds are in your favor in that if he has a child it will not be epileptic.
Odds Bodkin was born on February 14, 1953.
The chances of having triplets or more is 1 in 8100 and odds having quadruplets are 1 in 729,000
The odds are 50-50.
The odds are 3-5 out of a 100 will have ADHD.
The answer depends on your parents' pigmentation. And since you have not bothered to share that crucial bit of information, I cannot provide a more useful answer.
As any geneticist will tell you: "It happens all the time". That said, the odds are good the child will have curly hair if both parents do.
The odds of having sextuplets are 1 in 3,939,040,643.
The answer will depend on the parents' skin pigmentation. And since you have not bothered to share that crucial bit of information, I cannot provide a more useful answer.
I don't know what the exact odds are but it does happen: My Mum and her older sister are born on the same day 3 years apart, add to the statistical odds of fun I was also born on the same day. Save don't very likely
Will your kid have red hair if you have brown hair and blue eyes but your partner has red hair and brown eyes?
In order for a child to have red hair both parents have to carry the red hair gene which the odds of your child having red hair is slim. It is already said that it is rare for children to have red hair anymore and can in the near future be the end of red heads.
The odds are 7/10
a miracle child
The fact that twins run in families is actually a myth. The odds of twins having twins is the same as a non-twin having twins. That is about 1 in 33.
the odds of having a baby with beckwith weidemann syndrome is 1 in 13,700 in the united states. that is 300 per year.
3 out of ten
There is strong evidence/studies that AS is genetic rather than a random mutation in the genes. This is mainly due to the fact that most individuals with AS have a family reletive(s) that share similar characteristics. I read in an article that if one parent had AS, the odds of the child having AS is 80%. You can figure that if both are AS than the odds are higher and if neither have AS than… Read More
Why does a parent with huntingtons disease have atleast a 50 percent chance of having a child with the disease?
Becasue HD is carried on a dominant gene. Unlike recessive gene diseases, where you would have to inherit the gene from BOTH parents, with a dominant gene disorder- well, you will inherit one of two genes from the parent with HD. One carries HD, the other does not. Odds are 1 out of two, or 50%. For each child born to that parent.
It depends on what their general health is, their diet, their history of longevity.If they are in good health the odds are quite good, but if they eat poorly, perhaps smoke, have great amounts of stress or have a long history of family illness the odd they'll reach 9 decades decrease.
About 1 in 5 million
11.6.09 Claimed in Against All Odds Booklet
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To have cystic fibrosis, a person must inherit two copies of the defective CF gene-one copy from each parent. If both parents are carriers of the CF gene (i.e., they each have one copy of the defective gene, but do not have the disease themselves), their child will have a 25% chance of inheriting both defective copies and having cystic fibrosis, a 50% chance of inheriting one defective copy and being a carrier, and a… Read More
If one parent has AB positive blood and one parent has A positive can the child have A negative blood?
Yes. It would require the inheritance of the A containing chromosomes from both parents and it would require both parents to be heterozygous for the Rh gene. The odds of this is low, but it is possible. If one or more of the parents is homozygous for the Rh+ gene the likelihood of having an Rh- child would be very, very low, low enough to get a genetic test done. It would require some sort… Read More
Possible but it could be any day of the year. The odds would be 1/365 so it rarely happens on a person's birthday.
no, the odds of a child getting it is 1 in a 100,000
According to autismspeaks.org, the odds of a child being diagnosed with autism are 1 in 150. Note: Autism Speaks is considered a hate group for it's propaganda and abuse against Autistic people.
The odds of having a birthday on a certain day of the year other than February 29 is about 1 in 365.25, which is about 0.274%. 0.274% of the world population, today's estimate of which is 7,050,566,000, is about 19.3 million people.