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Fingerprint Classification

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Fingerprint Classification
Fingerprint Classification Quiz

  
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1.  A ___ the ridges enter on one side of the impression and flow or tend to flow out the other with a rise or wave in the center.
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2.  Angles can be used as type lines.
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3.  In ___ most ridges enter upon one side of the impression and flow or tend to flow out upon the other side.
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4.  A _____ is the forking or dividing of one line into two or more branches.
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5.  The ___ is the approximate center of the finger impression.
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6.  Within the pattern areas of loops and whorls are enclosed the _____ which are used to classify them.
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7.  ___ loops enters and exits toward the thumb.
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8.  Select all the essentials of a loop.
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9.  A __ may be defined as that part of a recurving ridge between the shoulders of a loop.
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10.  A ___ is the spreading apart of two lines which have been running parallel or nearly parallel.
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11.  ____ are never formed by a single ridge but by the abutting of one ridge against another.
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12.  _____ may be defined as two innermost ridges which start parallel, diverge, and surround or tend to surround the pattern area.
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13.  The ____ is that point on a ridge at or in front of the nearest the center of the divergence of the type lines.
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14.  Of all the fingerprints the most common print is loop.  Of these loops 95% of them are ___.
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15.  There are ____ number of patterns and ___ number of sub-patterns.
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16.  ___ loops enters and exits toward the little finger.
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17.  In regards to type lines when there is a definite break the ridge immediately _____ of it is considered its continuation.
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