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fingerprintwkst - Name: _ 1. Fingerprint Principles...

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T. Trimpe 2006 http://sciencespot.net/ Name: ____________________________ 1. Fingerprint Principles According to criminal investigators, fingerprints follow 3 fundamental principles: 1. A fingerprint is an ____________________ characteristic; no two people have been found with the ___________ same fingerprint pattern. 2. A fingerprint pattern will remain ___________ for the ___________ of an individual. 3. Fingerprints have general characteristic ___________ patterns that allow them to be systematically identified. 2. Fingerprint Classes There are 3 specific classes for all fingerprints based upon their visual ___________________: arches, loops, and whorls. Each group is divided into smaller groups as seen in the chart below. 3. Examples Arches are the simplest type of fingerprints that are formed by ridges that enter on one ________ of the print and exit on the ___________. No ________________ are present. Loops
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