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Anonymous asked in Science & MathematicsBiology · 1 decade ago

How many days is the shortest possible birth interval between two babies from one woman composed of?

Please identify the shortest number of days possible between two births given by a single woman.

Please show calculations or other proofs of your answer.

thanks much!

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  • 1 decade ago
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    i will provide you sir,with various links ,so you can evaluate

    for yourself for better knowledge;

    New Scientist Short Sharp Science blog:...

    ... from. Thursday, December 21, 2006. One woman, two wombs, three babies ... pregnancy in each half of a uterus didelphys...

    newscientist.com/blog/.../12/one-woman...

    CDC | Reproductive Health | ART Reports |...

    ... donor cycles in which eggs from a single donor are given to more than one woman. ... The 95% confidence interval tells...

    www.thehormoneshop.com/reproductivehea...

    CDC | Reproductive Health | ART Reports |...

    ... for mothers and babies (e.g., higher rates ... Confidence Interval ... eggs that have been retrieved from one woman...

    www.thehormoneshop.com/reproductivehea...

  • JOHN B
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    This is a trick question. The "shortest possible birth interval between two babies" may be mere minutes--in the case of TWINS !

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