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1. The biological equivalent to fingerprint is known as;

A. Deoxyribonucleic Acid


2. DNA was first begun and adopted for criminal investigation purposes in England by Dr. Alec Jeffrey in the year;

C. 1980


3. A new technique the FBI is experiencing with which allows experts to magnify duplicate portion of the DNA chain in order to create a clear profile from a single cell.

D. Polymerase


4. One of the technique in visualizing latent prints not developed by conventional processes is called;

A. Argon-ion Laser


5. Scar like marking appearing on the skin where sore had healed is called;



6. The comparison and individualization of human voices from magnetic tape through spectrography and aural analysis is called;

Voiceprint Individualization


7. Identification of person’s based on dental characteristics is called;

Forensic Odontology


8. The proximal area of the sole is called;

Plantar Zone`


9. The thick part of the palm on the radial (thumb) side is called;

Thenar Zone


19. The most method in developing latent prints under the physical method is;

D. Dusting


20. The process of individualizing a person is called;

C. Personal Identification


21. The Bertillion System of identification was generally accepted for;

B. 30


22. Fragment is a ridge of extremely short length not more than;

A. 3mm


23. A short ridge has a limited length of ;

C. 1cm


24. The forth division of the classification formula is;

Major Classification


25. The correct notation indicated on the fingerprint card when a person was born lacking of fingers;

B. Missing at Birth


26. Split thumbs, wedded or grown together fingers are called



28. Pairing is the first step to obtain the primary classification, which pair, the right ring finger and left middle finger belong;

A. Third and Fifth
C. Fourth and Fifth
B. Second and Fourth
D. First and Third


29. Computerized fingerprint reader system, which was developed by FBI;

Identification System


30. Finger which has less than half of the first joint;

TIP Amputated


31. l fingers appearing in the right hand are amputated, while the other hand is missing at birth. Find out and give the classification formula.

B. M 32 W MMM over
M 32 W MMM


32. Fingers 1,2,3,4 and 5 are radial loops with ridge counts of 17, 16, 15, 14 and 13 while fingers 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 are ulnar loops with ridge counts of 17, 18, 19, 20 and 21. Find out and give the classification formula.

A. 17 S 1 rR3r 000 13 over L 1 U 000


33. Fingers 1,4,6 and 9 are radial loop with ridge counts of 18,12,19 and 14, fingers 3 and 5 are plain arches, fingers 8 and 10 are tented arches while fingers 2 and 7 are central pocket loop and double loop with ridge intervening of 2 and 1 inside and outside of the right delta. Find out and give the classification formula.

D. 18 M 17 rCara M-1 over L 5 rDtrt M-0 14


34. Fingers 2,3,4,5,6 and 7 are radial loops with ridge counts of 10,11,15,14,12 and 13. Fingers 1 and 10 are plain whorl with intervening ridges in line with the lateral pocket loop with intervening ridges of 3 and 4 outside and inside of the right delta.

C. 10 1 Rrar 01-15 over M 18rR 000