Q: How do you increase your chances of having a girl?

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1. The Chances of having a baby boy and a baby girl is 50/50 because the girls have XX Chromosomes and Boys have XY Chromosomes it's a 50% chance that it sprays some liquid to get the Y Chromosomes so either way its 50/50 chance

The male determines the sex of the child and some men are more likely to sire one sex or the other. But, no matter what sex children he's had in the past, his next child is as likely to be a boy or a girl as his first. What has happened in the past does not affect the odds in the future. That is a man's chances of having a boy after having two girls is the same as it was when he had his first girl. But, because he's had two girls it may suggest he's more likely to sire girls than boys.

Just about 50/50. The sex of earlier children has no bearing on the sex of the next child to be born. Each pregnancy has a (just about) even chance of being a boy or a girl.

For each pregnancy, there is a 50 percent chance of a boy and a 50 percent chance of a girl baby. So to answer your question the odds are still 50:50.

I believe the chances of having the same birthday as one of your parents is: 1 out of 183 and the chances of having the same birthday as both parents is: 1 out of 133,225

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