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T. Trimpe 2006 http://sciencespot.net/ Fingerprint Basics Name __________________________ Use the websites listed on the Forensic Science page of the Kid Zone at http://sciencespot.net/ to complete this worksheet. The links are listed in the Fingerprint Basics section. Site #1: NIST Matching Up Fingerprints 1. Click the link for “Solving Crimes, Improving Security” and work you way through the pages to complete this section. WAIT for the blue CONTINUE or NEXT SECTION buttons before you move ahead. A. What does the acronym FBI mean? ________________________________________________________________ B. How many fingerprints are in the FBI master database of criminal files? ___________________________________ C. What is another term for a partial print found at a crime scene? ________________________ D. What do fingerprints consist of? __________________ and ________________________ F. What are the three main types of fingerprints? _______________ _______________ _______________ G. What type of minutiae points are shown below?
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