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TO USE FROM HELP SITE: Click “FILE” then “MAKE A COPY” or “DOWNLOAD AS” 3.05 Examining the Evidence Lab Look at your notes from the 2.06 Mock Crime Scene Lab for help with completing this worksheet. 1. Provide 3 physical properties for each piece of evidence you collected. If the piece of evidence is a representation (like a cardboard cutout) list physical properties that the real version might have. Evidence Physical Properties Gun 1. 6.5 Inches Across 2. Black 3. 4 Pounds Blood Pool 1. 4.5 Inches Wide 2. Red 3. Metallic Odor Light Hair 1. 11 Millimeters Long 2. Blond 3. 0.3 Milligrams Dark Hair 1. 5 Millimeters Long 2. Black 3. 0.5 Milligrams Gun Casing 1. 2 Millimeters Tall 2. Silver 3. 4 Grams Note 1. 8.5 Inches Tall 2. Yellow 3. 0.5 Ounces White Substance 1. Smooth Texture 2. White 3. 75 Grams Wine Glass 1. 8.5 Inches Tall 2. None (Translucent) 3. 2 Ounces
2. Would it be useful to determine chemical properties of any of the evidence? Why or why not?

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