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A blood type A person would give which of the following results: -O+ -AB+ -A+ The answer is AB+. -O+ A blood type A person would give which of the following results: AB+, AB-, A+, O+. The answer is not B-. The answer is not A+. The answer is not O+. If a blood type was found to be B, it can’t be tested for other types. If a person’s blood type was found to be negative (B-) or positive (A+) in any category, they cannot receive that particular test result. This means if someone’s red cells were known to have Type A antigens but their white cells are unknown then the antibody titer could only scratch at what those possible antigen might have been and say “could” rather than “is”. Likewise, someone who is Type A+ but unknown for the other types, cannot be tested to see if they are also type B-. The answer is AB+. AB+, AB-, A+, O+. The answer is not B-. If a blood type was found to be B, it can’t be tested for other types. If a person’s blood type was found to be negative (B-) or positive (A+) in any category, they cannot receive that particular test result. This means if someone’s red cells were known to have Type A antigens but their white cells are unknown then the antibody titer could only scratch at what those possible antigen

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