Q: What is the chance of having a girl in percentage?

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If we consider there is a 50% chance for having a boy and 50% for having a girl*, there is : - 12,5% chance of having no boys; - 37,5% chance of having 1 boy; - 37,5% chance of having 2 boys; - 12,5% chance of having 3 boys. Therefore, there is 50% chance of having at least two boys. *The odds are more like 51% for having a boy and 49% for having a girl, but it doesn't really matters.

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.

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

75% The chance of not having a tails but a heads on both coins is (1/2)2 or 25%, so the chance of actually having a tails on either coin is 3/4, or as a percentage 75% .

Not so sure about the "change" of two "peole" but the chance of two people having a baby girl is 0.48 (approx).This assumes that these are people of child-bearing age, with average genetic characteristics.

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50% that's why there is an equal chance of having a girl or boy child

There are no proven methods.

If we consider there is a 50% chance for having a boy and 50% for having a girl*, there is : - 12,5% chance of having no boys; - 37,5% chance of having 1 boy; - 37,5% chance of having 2 boys; - 12,5% chance of having 3 boys. Therefore, there is 50% chance of having at least two boys. *The odds are more like 51% for having a boy and 49% for having a girl, but it doesn't really matters.

Well I am no Magic 8 ball, but I would say she has a 50/50 chance of having a girl.

The probability of having a girl versus a boy is 1/2 because there is two things you have a chance of getting and you can only get one or the other.

Every time 2 people mate to produce an offspring, there is a 50/50 chance it will either be a boy or a girl. This can be explained using a Punnet Square. XX is a girl and XY is a boy. XX XY XX XY XX XY The chance of a mom having one girl is 50? or 1/2 The chance of her having a second girl is 1 in 4, or 25% The chance of her having 3 girls is 1 in 8, or 12.5% The chance of her having 4 girls in a row is 1 in 16, or 6.25% It is unlikely, but certainly possible.

having a child, there is a slightly bigger chance of having a boy. this could be a compensation for girls living longer.

It means no.

You have a 1 in 2 chance of having a girl. No matter how many boys you have had in the past or how many girls you have had in the past, each pregnancy presents the opportunity to have a girl or a boy with a 50% chance. The sperm does not know that it had already produced ,say, 5 boys and needs to produce a girl for you and your partner. So with every pregnancy there is a 50% chance you will have a girl and a 50% chance you will have a boy.

Not likely , but there is always a chance :) keep your hopes up . X

It's about a 45% chance. I highly recommend to avoid going now a days.

Assuming the chances of having a boy and having a girl are equal (50/50), there are 4 possible outcomes from having 2 children. BOY-BOY, or GIRL-GIRL, or BOY-GIRL, or GIRL-BOY. Since each outcome is of equal probability it means there's a 25% chance the first will be a girl and the second will be a boy.