@eqalton16 asked 5 months ago.

The chance of two people having the same fingerprints is approximately one in how many billion?

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@khan answered 4 months ago.

According to the FBI, the chance of two people having the same fingerprints is about one in 65,000,000,000.

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@Allen answered 5 months ago.

Genetic fingerprinting can be used to establish identity by analysing the pattern of DNA sequences at specific locations on a person’s genome. The chance of two people having the same fingerprints is approximately one in a billion. The chance of two people having the same DNA profile is much lower.

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@katetully answered 5 months ago.

According to the FBI, the chance of two people having the same fingerprints is about one in 65,000,000,000.

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@Sonal answered 5 months ago.

The chance of two people having the same fingerprints is one in fifty billion.

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