If a man that is half black and half white has a baby with a all white woman what are the odds of the baby being white skinned?
I'll have to go with white because many people i know that is like that normally they come out the same color of their mother.
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If a man that is half black and half white has a baby with a all white woman what are the odds of the baby having red hair and freckles?
It depends on the genome of the parents. If the mother has red hair and freckles, the probability goes up. Also, if the man's white parent had red hair and freckles, the proba…bility also goes up.
If a man that is half black and half white has a baby with a all white woman what are the odds of the kids being black?
Answer . anything goes, both my parents are pretty light skinned (dad is black) and my little brother turned out really dark, but i turned out pretty light.
In this country, if the baby has a drop of "color" in it.... the child is looked upon, treated as, and is considered to be black. Its called the one drop rule.
Your Baby will most likely be born a pasty sort of white and then will be totally cute a few days later! Congrats! Actually, if you are wanting an honest true answer, your ba…by can range from rather light white to a dark black. It just depends what genes get passed to the child. Whatever color the baby is I'm sure it will be beautiful!
What are the odds of a half white haf black guy having a baby to a white girl the baby being completely white?
No it can be black or white or half black and half white.
If a half white and half black woman has a baby with quarter black and 3quarter white man what would the baby be?
what would the baby be you ask? EASY ANSWER the baby would be a food stamp recipient that more likely then not will become an alcoholic( if its lucky that is). Ok.Now!Here is …the positive part of this whole situation.Due to its light complexion ,there will be easy entrance to all the upscale neighborhoods without a second thought from billy the security guy. MEANING?(THATS CORRECT YOU GUESSED IT) it will have a steady cash source to pay for its next drunken stupor OR whatever shananigans it'll be up to..
Any baby will share the genetic characteristics of both parents equally. A child with one black parent and one white parent might inherit the genes that produce very dark s…kin or very light skin. That does not make the child all-black or all-white; she or he will still have the genetic connection to both sides of the family -- and hopefully, the social and community connections as well.
Yes I have cousins that are like that, with even blond hair and blue eyes see!
well it depends on how WHITE and BLACK the two people are, if the dad isn't that dark but the mom is pretty white it would most likely be a baby with a TINY bit dark skin but …if the mom is really white and the dad is like pure black (im not rasist) then the baby will be in between. hope that helped! :)
It is extremely rare but it can happen. Skin pigmentation is a matter of genetics, defective or recessive genes can cause this phenomenon to occur Normally this genetic pheno…menon occurs in mixed race families Check out the links below for the story of a white couple who had a black daughter born in apartheid South Africa and of black and white twins born to mixed race couples
no because white +black =mix child if you ever have any
It is quite rare but it does happen.
If a man is 100 percent black and and women is 100 percent white what are the odds of the baby being white?
Then the baby would only have 1/4 African American in him or her.
Blue eyes is a recessive trait. Two parents that do not have blue eyes can get children with blue eyes, provided that both parents have ancestors with the gene for blue eyes. …None of the parents, or even their grandparents, need to have blue eyes themselves for this to happen. So certainly a person with one white and one black parent can have a blue-eyed child.
does it matter? But the baby would be considered African American because it has half a set of genes from the minority parent Alternate answer: The law has always regar…ded a person who has any amount of non-white blood in him/her as non-white. Even if it was generations back. In practice though, once you looked white, and said nothing, you were counted as white. Nowadays, there is a new thing, in which the government has created "mixed race" categories. So one is not necessarily "black", just for having a black parent.