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Assignment 2 Fingerprints Multiple Choice (2pts each) Pick the best possible answer. 1.

The average ingerprint has appro!imatel" how man" in#ivi#ual ri#ge characteristics\$ 1%& 2. 't is currentl" conclu#e# that the minimum number o riction ri#ge characteristics( which must be present in two impressions in or#er to establish a positive i#enti ication is) There is no minimum number *. +horls are #ivi#e# into how man" #i erent groups\$ , ,. The inner la"er o skin( is known as the) Minutiae %. +hat were -ames .arl /a"0s ingerprints( 12T oun# on\$ /a#io True False (1pt each) 'n#icate whether the statements below are true or alse. ' alse correct it to make the statement true. 3. 't is assume# that no two people have the e!act same ingerprint. True 4. +ith the e!ception o an" li e e!periences resulting in a scar or #amage( a ingerprint will remain unchange# #uring an in#ivi#ual0s li etime. True 5. The most common t"pe o ingerprint pattern is the arch pattern. False 6. AF'7 makes it possible to compare a single print rom a crime scene against an entire #atabase o ingerprints. True 1&. A traine# ingerprint e!aminer is not re8uire# once AF'7 has ma#e a match. True 11. There is currentl" an integrate# ootprint #atabase. False Matching (2pts each) Match the print with the best possible #e inition below. 12. .nclosure

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9e initions) :i urcation( 9ot( .nclosure( ;oop( /i#ge .n#ing( Tente# Arch( +horl Part B < % points. /ea# the ollowing m"ster" an# see i "ou can solve the pu==le. ' "ou give >ust the name o the culprit an# are wrong( "ou won0t earn an" points. ?owever i "ou guess wrong( but have vali# reasons to back "oursel up( "ou0ll gain part marks. A single correct name though will earn "ou the ull % points. 9avi# an# Austin steppe# into the cool( air con#itione# house an# out o the hot -ul" sun. 'n this heat( a ter >ust walking the 2& minutes rom the baseball #iamon#( both bo"s were soake# with sweat. The" grabbe# bottles o water rom the ri#ge an# sat #own at the table to #rink them. @Agh AustinB Cou won0t believe it(@ Austin0s brother Deorge sai# as he walke# in. @Cou know all those pieces o woo# ' ha# to buil# our tree ort\$ The"0re missingB 7omeone stole them rom me.@ @That0s horrible Deorge(@ 9avi# commente#. @An" i#ea who #i# it\$@ @' have some guesses( but ' #on0t know or sure who #i# it(@ Deorge replie#. @-oe was over this morning looking aroun# an# asking what ' was using the woo# or. Carlos was talking to me the other #a" about how he0s going to buil# a new roo on his tree house. An# our new neighbour( Mrs. Plum was complaining about the amount o noise '0# create with the hammering an# sawing. 't coul#0ve been an" o themB@ @9on0t worr" Deorge( we0ll go ask aroun# see i we can in# "our woo#(@ Austin sai#. 9avi# an# Austin went back outsi#e an# wan#ere# #own the street to -oe0s house irst( where the" saw him washing a car in ront o an empt" garage. @?e" -oe. Deorge seems to be missing some woo# that was going to be use# or a ort. 9i# "ou see an"one take it\$@ aske# 9avi#. @1o ' haven0t gu"s. '0ve been working on cleaning the garage( an# now '0m stuck washing m" #a#0s carB Doo# luck in#ing the woo#B@ replie# -oe. Austin an# 9avi# wan#ere# #own the street until the came to Carlos0 house. 1o one appeare# to be home( so the" stuck their nose in his back"ar#. The in amous tree house looke# ver" ol# an# run #own.

7ome o the boar#s were in nee# o replacing. ;astl"( the" went to Mrs. Plum0s house an# knocke# on her #oor. 7he calle# to them to come on in( an# so the" opene# the #oor an# oun# her poking at the ire in her ireplace. @?ello bo"s. +hat brings "ou to m" little corner o the neighborhoo#\$@ @+e were >ust won#ering i "ou ha# happene# to see an"one take Deorge0s woo# rom our house(@ aske# Austin. @+ish ' coul# help "ou( but ' came insi#e awhile ago to get out o the hot sun. ' hope he in#s itB@ Mrs. Plum respon#e#. Austin an# 9avi# walke# back to Austin0s house an# went insi#e where the" oun# Deorge waiting or them. @+ell #i# "ou in# the woo#\$B@ he aske# eagerl". Austin an# 9avi# looke# at each other as 9avi# answere#( @+e #i#n0t see the woo#( but we know who took itB@ Who took George's wood?