The father suspects that the mother was not faithful to him, and that the children were actually fathered someone else

Task
Please note that this is worth 20 points, but the grade will be entered in a different grade category (Group Project– Individual Assessment of Group)
Working with your assigned group, submit your answers to the following scenario. Please be sure that you are submitting a PDF, doc file or google doc only (Canvas doesn’t recognize other file types). You group will be graded on completeness of your answer– which means you’ll need to show your work, AND discuss how you came to the conclusion(s) that you did. The length of the assignment that is expected is roughly one long paragraph for each child, but do feel free to use more space should your group need it. All members of the group will receive the same score, unless it has come to my attention through the evaluation you will complete of your group members, that not all group members participated equally. EACH INVIDUAL GROUP MEMBER MUST submit a group evaluation in order to receive any credit for this project! (See separate file)
This week’s question: Are you my Daddy?
A mother and a father have two children. The father suspects that the mother was not faithful to him, and that the children were actually fathered someone else. His suspicions are based only on the physical traits (phenotypes) of the children. Using the information below, please address the father’s suspicions concerning each child separately (Is he the father of that child? Why or why not?). Refer to genetics, and perhaps a Punnett square might help you solve the dilemma.
Mother’s Phenotype Father’s Phenotype Child A Phenotype Child B Phenotype
Biological Sex XX XY XY XX
Freckles Freckled Freckled Freckled  Not Freckled
Albinism Not an Albino Not an Albino Albino  Not an Albino
Red/Green Colorblindness
(HINT: This is an X-Linked (or sex-linked) trait!) Not Colorblind Not Colorblind  Not Colorblind  Colorblind

Rubric
Some Rubric
Criteria Ratings
Response for Child #1 Excellent!
Correct response regarding who the parents are of Child #1. Correctly uses Punnett squares to answer question. Almost there
Partially correct information regarding the parents of Child #1. Punnett square might have been constructed incorrectly, or results were misinterpreted. Not there yet
Incorrect response for the parents of Child #1. Incorrect punnett square construction and/or incorrect results. See me for help!

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Response for Child #2 Excellent!
Correct response regarding who the parents are of Child #2. Correctly uses Punnett squares to answer question. Almost there
Partially correct information regarding the parents of Child #2. Punnett square might have been constructed incorrectly, or results were misinterpreted. Not there yet
Incorrect response for the parents of Child #2. Incorrect punnett square construction and/or incorrect results. See me for help!

Explanation Well done!
Written explanation of results and explaining how the inheritance works for both Mendelian (non sex-linked) and sex-linked traits is clear, accurate and brings in examples from the problem. Almost there
Written explanation of results and explaining how the inheritance works for both Mendelian (non sex-linked) and sex-linked traits is mostly accurate, but lacks in full explanation and does not bring in examples from the problem. Not there yet
Written explanation of results and explaining how the inheritance works for both Mendelian (non sex-linked) and sex-linked traits is missing, unclear, missing components or inaccurate.

 

Watch the video on UML Class and Sequence diagrams (from the slides folder) to understand UML Class and Sequence Diagrams. The video is very comprehensive.
1. Instructions: HW03- Class Diagrams.docx
Deliverable: Please create a zip file with all your source code packages in it, and submit it through Canvas.

2. Draw Sequence Diagrams for Activity Diagram home work assignments that you had completed.
I want to clarify that just two sequence diagrams are sufficient: one for the fork/join activity diagram problem and another for the finding max activity diagram problem.  You are required to draw only for finding the first max (second max is not required) for the finding max activity.
Keep the sequence diagrams simple capturing the high level abstraction and only relevant detail, since the purpose of sequence diagrams is to show the sequence of interactions.
You may use Draw.io, Lucid Chart or Visio for drawing the diagrams.
best wishes,