Three babies are born in the hospital on the same day. Baby X has type AB blood; baby Y has type B blood; baby Z has type O blood. Use the information below to determine which baby belongs to which couple.  Couple  Mother Blood type          Father   Blood type 1              Abby     B                             Seth       AB 2              Carol      A                             Sam       A 3              Nancy   AB                          Bill          O

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  1. Three babies are born in the hospital on the same day. Baby X has type AB blood; baby Y has type B blood; baby Z has type O blood.

Use the information below to determine which baby belongs to which couple. 

Couple  Mother Blood type          Father   Blood type

1              Abby     B                             Seth       AB

2              Carol      A                             Sam       A

3              Nancy   AB                          Bill          O

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