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Records show that a child of parents with heart disease has a probability of 5/6 of inheriting the disease. Assuming independence, what is the probability that, for a couple with heart disease that have two children: Neither child has heart diesease

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  1. anonymous
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    something tells me that the probability of neither child having heart disease would be the probability that a single child will not have heart disease (1/6) times itself making the probability (1/36), but I am not positive

  2. anonymous
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    thats the correct answer thank u

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