Asignacin 2.02 consists of two parts: you will watch a video as you complete a video
response chart, and you will write a paragraph, in English.
View the grading rubric at the end of this document before beginning your work. This is
7.06 Review and Critical Thinking
1. What is DNA? Where is it found?
DNA is deoxyribonucleic acid, it carries the genetic information. DNA can be found in blood, skin cells,
tissues, muscles, bone, teeth, hair and saliva.
5.06 Lab Questions
1. Based on your calculations and the FBI Muzzle Velocity Table, what type of weapon was used to
shoot Horatio Leafbottom? Who should be arrested for this shooting?
The type of weapon that was used to shoot
4.05 Review and Critical Thinking
1. What are the three types of fingerprints found in the human population? How often does each
The three types of fingerprints found in the human population are loop fingerprints whic
5.05 Review and Critical Thinking
1. What is the NIBIN?
NIBIN is the National Integrated Ballistic Identification Network, it contains access to many images and a
lot of information that is given to law enforcement agencies.
5.07 Discussion Questions
1. What do you think would be the most interesting aspect of working with firearm evidence?
What do you think would be the most challenging part?
The most interesting aspect of working with firearm e
3.06 Lab Questions
Please name the four pieces of evidence that you collected at the crime scene. Explain
whether you would classify them as physical evidence, documentary evidence,
demonstrative evidence, or testimonial
3.07 Discussion Questions
1. Do you think physical evidence has increased in importance over the last several decades, with
advancements in technology and testing procedures? Why or why not?
Yes, I think that physical evidenc
4.07 Discussion Questions
Do you think changing technologies are making it easier to determine who is
responsible for a crime? Why or why not?
Yes, changing technologies are making it easier to determine who is responsible
FLVS Forensic Science
2.06 Review and Critical Thinking
1. What is physical evidence? Provide at least three examples in your answer.
Physical evidence is anything that can establish that a crime has occurred and links the crime to
Ch.1 Outlines- Introduction: Matter and Measurement
1.1- The Study of Chemistry
A. Atomic and molecular perspective of chemistry
a. Matter is basically anything of physical form in this universe.
Chemistry is the study of the properties of ma
Chapter 2: Atoms, Molecules and Ions
2.1 The Atomic Theory of Matter
a. Scientists used to think there was atoms were indivisible, but they
were wrong. Then people hypothesized invisible particles, which was
closer, but still wrong. Lastly, t
Module 6.06 Lab Questions
1. Where is Herculaneum located? What happened to the city?
- Herculaneum is neighboring Pompeii, thriving under the Roman Empire, and
perched on the shore of the Mediterranean. This town was buried alive and the