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Problem: In humans, the sex of a child is determined by:  a. The sex chromosome in the egg b. The number of autosomes in the sperm c. The number of autosomes in the egg d. The sex chromosome in the sperm  

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In humans, the sex of a child is determined by: 

a. The sex chromosome in the egg

b. The number of autosomes in the sperm

c. The number of autosomes in the egg

d. The sex chromosome in the sperm

 

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