(b) What is the probability that the next child of the Harrison family
will be a boy (giving them 14 boys in a row)? (Assume that the
probability of having a boy or a girl is the same.)
This is an independent event, so the probability that the next child will be a boy is 0.5. 50% chance regardless of how many boys came before.
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