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Is the answer child two because it only matches the mothers DNA, or is there a better explanation? 

Results from a single locus probe DNA fingerprint analysis for a man and woman and their four children are
shown in the autoradiograph below. Which child is least likely to be the biological offspring of this couple?
mother
father child 4
child 3
child 2
child
1 2 3 4 5 6
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Results from a single locus probe DNA fingerprint analysis for a man and woman and their four children are shown in the autoradiograph below. Which child is least likely to be the biological offspring of this couple? mother father child 4 child 3 child 2 child 1 2 3 4 5 6

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