Blood typing can help determine paternity. Suppose an unmarried woman gives birth, charges a certain
Blood typing can help determine paternity. Suppose an unmarried woman gives birth, charges a certain man with being the father, and sues for child support. He demands blood tests, which show that the woman is type A, the baby is type A, and he is type B. Does this evidence rule him out as the father? Please explain and discuss why or why not.
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