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Attempt 1 Written: Nov 18, 2020 9:57 AM - Nov 18, 2020 10:35 AM Submission View Released: May 30, 2018 8:17 AM 5 / 5 points A loop is recognized by: Question options: nd friction ridges, graduating from small to large. aight lines leading to a circular center. center or core formed by friction ridges of tightly wound loops. that resemble rolling hills, without defining the center. A whorl is recognized by: Question options: nd friction ridges, graduating from small to large. center or core formed by friction ridges of tightly wound loops. aight lines leading to a circular center. that resemble rolling hills, without defining the center. Warm cases are considered to have "fresh" evidence or: Question options: er evidence. el evidence. l evidence. evidence. This type of evidence is easily perishable or destroyed:
Question options: dence. ence. dence. nce. The location in which investigators can store equipment or gather to avoid disrupting evidence is considered the: Question options: area. The first stage in the investigative process is the: Question options: estigation.

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