Open this picture(see attached file ) and analyze it as if you were a latent print examiner. You will see an impression with ridge events and features marked. You should: Identify the pattern. Determine what the indicated ridge events/features are, including the pattern type (there are a total of 20 items to classify). Simply make a list (1–20) and write down your labels, i.e., type of pattern, bifurcation, creases, dot, ending ridge, pore etc. DO NOT provide an explanation of these items. Part 2Open this picture(see attached file ) and analyze it as if you were a latent print examiner. You will see an impression with ridge events and features marked. You should: Identify the pattern. Determine what the indicated ridge events/features are, including the pattern type (there are a total of 20 items to classify). Simply make a list (1–20) and write down your labels, i.e., type of pattern, bifurcation, creases, dot, ending ridge, pore etc. DO NOT provide an explanation of these items. Part 2

Open this picture(see attached file ) and analyze it as if you were a latent print examiner. You will see an impression with ridge events and features marked. You should:

Identify the pattern. Determine what the indicated ridge events/features are, including the pattern type (there are a total of 20 items to classify). Simply make a list (1–20) and write down your labels, i.e., type of pattern, bifurcation, creases, dot, ending ridge, pore etc. DO NOT provide an explanation of these items. Part 2

Explain in a 1–2-page essay the properties of skin and the relationship to friction-skin impressions. Consider such items as elasticity, scarring, distortion, the condition of the skin etc.

Note: Part 2 is an Essay that is independent of Part 1.

Put Part 1 and Part 2 into ONE Word document

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