Q: Why isn't there trisomy 5 or 17 in human population?

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There is about 17 quadrillion flies in the world.That number would be beyond the human capacity to count.

(17+17+17+17+17+17+17+17+17+17+17)-(29+29+29) = 100

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17 out of 30 is relative. Mensa requires an applicant to have an IQ that is higher than 98% of the population. in the USA, UK, Japan or other first world countries your 17 out of 30 would not allow you to qualify for Mensa. But, say you went to a country in Africa...pick anyone except Egypt...and you would certainly be smarted that 100% of those monkeys.

It is: 17 to the power of 5

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