# Im having trouble understanding how to even start. Please someone help me out? Thank you

lol this is a tough problem. I was able to start on it but can't finish it. here is what I have so far hope it helps.

look at the last locus. the baby has 19,23----> it means it got 19 from one set of grandparent and the 23 from another set of grandparent. only E has 23 so you know E is one of the grandparent. It can't get 19 from E because the other marker has to be from the other set of grandparent. so it means B is another grandparent.

yup that is all I can think of

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BC and EA

After relentless trial and error

Why it works: Baby C1: B and A could contribute Baby C2: B and E could contribute Baby C3: E and C could contribute Baby C4: B and E could contribute

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