In blood types, the probability of having blood type A is independent of the probability of having blood type B. Furthermore, the blood type O cannot be seen as long as either of these two are included as an allele.
If the probability of being blood type B is 1/4 and the probability of being blood type A is 1/8, what is the probability of being blood type A or B?
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