Police Report/Eyewitness Account Quiz

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A science fair project. (For the 3173 class)

• 1.

What was the gender of the perpetrator?

• A.

Male

• B.

Female

B. Female
Explanation
The gender of the perpetrator is female.

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• 2.

What predominate color shirt was the perpetrator wearing?

• A.

Pink

• B.

Blue

• C.

Green

A. Pink
Explanation
The correct answer is pink. This suggests that the perpetrator was wearing a predominantly pink colored shirt.

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• 3.

Was the perpetrator wearing a hat?

• A.

Yes

• B.

No

B. No
Explanation
The answer "No" indicates that the perpetrator was not wearing a hat.

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• 4.

How old do you think the perpetrator was?

• A.

14

• B.

8

• C.

10

C. 10
Explanation
The perpetrator is believed to be 10 years old based on the given options.

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• 5.

How tall do you think the perpetrator was?

• A.

4'9

• B.

5'4

• C.

5'7

B. 5'4
Explanation
Based on the given options, the most likely height of the perpetrator is 5'4". This is because it is the only option that falls within the range of average height for adults. The height of 4'9" is considered shorter than average, while 5'7" is taller than average. Therefore, 5'4" seems to be the most reasonable height estimate for the perpetrator.

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• 6.

What color was the perpetrator's hair?

• A.

Blonde

• B.

Brown

• C.

Black

A. Blonde
Explanation
The correct answer is "Blonde" because it is the only hair color mentioned in the given options.

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• 7.

What did the perpetrator steal?

• A.

A purse

• B.

A wallet

• C.

A backpack

• D.

A laptop

A. A purse
Explanation
The perpetrator stole a purse.

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• 8.

How many people were sitting at the table?

• A.

1 person

• B.

2 people

• C.

3 people

B. 2 people
Explanation
The answer is 2 people because the question asks for the number of people sitting at the table, and the given answer option of "2 people" indicates that there were two individuals present.

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• 9.

The table had a sun umbrella. Was the sun umbrella up or down?

• A.

Up

• B.

Down

B. Down
Explanation
Since the question states "The table had a sun umbrella" and asks whether it was up or down, the correct answer would be "Down" as it implies that the sun umbrella was in a lowered or closed position.

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• 10.

After comitting the crime, in which direction did the perpetrator walk?

• A.

To the right

• B.

To the left

• C.

A. To the right
Explanation
The direction in which the perpetrator walked after committing the crime was to the right.

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• 11.

What time of day was it?

• A.

Morning

• B.

Afternoon

• C.

Evening

• D.

Night

B. Afternoon
Explanation
Based on the information provided, it can be inferred that the time of day was afternoon. Since the question does not provide any additional context or clues, we can assume that the correct answer is based on the given options.

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• 12.

• A.

Blue

• B.

Black

• C.

Brown

• D.

White

A. Blue
• 13.

Did anyone sitting at the table realize that the perpetrator had comitted the crime?

• A.

Yes

• B.

No

B. No
Explanation
The answer is "No" because the question asks if anyone sitting at the table realized that the perpetrator had committed the crime. The word "realize" implies that someone had awareness or knowledge of the crime, but the question does not provide any information about whether or not anyone at the table had this awareness. Therefore, we cannot assume that anyone sitting at the table realized the perpetrator's guilt.

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