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On average, what proportion of the genome in the following pairs of humans would be exactly the same if no crossing over took place? (For the purposes of this question only, we will ignore the special case of the X and Y sex chromosomes and assume that all genes are located on nonsex chromosomes.)

Q. Father and child

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