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whose  or who's ?
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whose  is a relative pronoun that refers to posession and means who does this something belong to or who is the ownership

ex:

Whose bag?

This is the woman whose son is won the prize. 

Who's refers to who is or who has  

ex:

Who's your teacher?=Who is your teacher? 

Who's done the homework ?= who has done the homework ?

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