Forensic Science Fundamentals and Investigations
Quiz 16 :
Casts and Impressions
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Part of the process for determining whether a vehicle was involved in a crime is to paint ink on a tire and drive the vehicle over smooth pavement covered with paper or cardboard.In order to ensure that all individual characteristics of the tread are captured when the tire print is made, what minimum length of print is required?
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Comparing bite patterns of a suspect to bite patterns associated with the crime scene involves comparing bite impressions and marks.The number of teeth, chipped teeth, and distances between teeth are a few specific details that may be compared.How many total points of comparison may be used when comparing bite patterns?________________