Four human babies were accidentally mixed up in the maternity ward. The blood types of the babies were known to be A, B, O, and AB. The blood types of the four sets of parents were determined. Figure out which baby belongs to each set of parents.

Parental Blood Types
Possible Genotypes
for Their Baby
Which Baby Is
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Parental Blood Types (Phenotypes) Possible Genotypes for Their Baby Which Baby Is Theirs? AB xO Ахо AX AB ОхО