Chapter 6.docx - Chapter 6 3 The fingerprint classification system used in most English-speaking countries was devised by Sir Edward Richard Henry 6 A

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Chapter 6 3. The fingerprint classification system used in most English-speaking countries was devised by Sir Edward Richard Henry . 6. A point-by-point comparison of a fingerprint’s minutiae must be demonstrated in order to prove identity. 11. The three general patterns into which fingerprints are divided are loops, whorls, and arches. 14. A loop pattern that opens toward the thumb is known as a(n) (radial , ulnar) loop. 21. Arches (have, do not have ) type lines, deltas, and cores. 28. A fingerprint left by a person with soiled or stained fingertips is called a(n) Visible print

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