5 pts the field requires knowledge of math physics

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5 pts the field requires knowledge of math, physics, biology, and chemistry. students in criminology and criminal justice learn about bloodstain pattern analysis in forensic science classes specifically on blood spatter. A common path is a degree in criminal justice or forensic science and then training in bloodstain pattern.
Part 2: Blood Spatter Patterns Use the following link for this part of the assignment. - forensics.com/Crime_Scene_Forensics/Bloodstains.html For this part of the activity you will be simulating various blood stain patterns. You will need a liquid to use as fake blood. It does not matter what color you use as long as you can see it on paper. Milk with some dark food coloring works great but use what works for you. You will take pictures of what you do so make sure it will show up in pictures. Explain how a low velocity or passive drop is formed.
CVA Forensic Science Module 8 – Forensic Toxicology & Serology A8.02.1 Blood Spatter Analysis 5 pts saturated with blood. How does blood spatter made at a high velocity look different from blood spatter
made at a low velocity? 5 pts Would a larger drop of blood have a greater, lesser, or equal terminal velocity than a smaller drop of blood?

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