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  • 1. A test to determine whether a person fired a gun or not with his bare hands.
A) Greisu test
B) Diphenylamine-paraffin test
C) Diphenylamine-paraffin test
D) None of this
E) Distance determination
  • 2. In the investigation of the crime involving the use of firearms, what are the most important problems that may arise?
A) All of these
B) Determination of the probable gunshot range
C) All of these
D) Determination of wether or not a person fired a gun with bare hands within the period of time
E) Determination of the approximate time of firing of the gun
  • 3. Which of the following are sources of nitrates which may be encountered in the paraffin test?
A) Explosives
B) Tobacco
C) Explosives
D) All of these
E) Firecracker
  • 4. Combustible materials containing within themselves all oxygen needed for combustion that burn but do not explode and function by producing gas that produce explosion.
A) High explosives
B) Initiators
C) Propellant
D) None of this
E) Propellant
  • 5. Which of the following are the possibilities that a person maybe found negative for nitrate even if he actually fired a gun?
A) All of these
B) Use of gloves
C) All of these
D) Knowledge of chemicals that will removed the nitrate
E) Use of automatic pistol
  • 6. It is always possible to determine the distance the firearm was fired from the target?
A) False
B) True
C) Maybe true
D) False
E) Maybe false
  • 7. Any substance that may cause an explosion by its sudden decomposition or combustion. A material either a pure single substance which is capable of producing an explosion by its own energy.
A) Explosives
B) Explosives
C) Explosion
D) Exterminate
E) Exponent
  • 8. When the distance of the muzzle of the firearm and the target is between 0-2 inches, the characteristic pattern that will be produce is
A) Tattoing
B) Smudging
C) Singeing
D) Singeing
E) Smudge
  • 9. A mixture of nitric acid, sulfuric acid and glycerin. Dily liquid that is very dangerous because the slightest shake will cause it to explode.
A) Tnt
B) Dynamite
C) Nitroglycerine
D) Nitroglycerine
E) Plastic explosive
  • 10. Means light burning
A) Singeing
B) Tattooing
C) Singeing
D) Smudge
E) Smudging
  • 11. It consists of an intimate mixture of charcoal or carbon, sulfur, and potassium nitrate or sodium nitrate.
A) Smokeless powder
B) Black powder
C) None of these
D) Smokey powder
E) Black powder
  • 12. consist of cellulose nitrate, glyceryl nitrate combine with some stabilizers
A) None of this
B) Black powder
C) Smokeless powder
D) Smokeless powder
E) Smokey powder
  • 13. Explode under the influence of the shock of an explosion of a primary explosive.
A) None of this
B) Initiators
C) High explosives
D) Propellant
E) High explosives
  • 14. A military explosive that look like ordinary putty or molding clay.
A) TNT
B) None of this
C) Nitroglycerine
D) Plastic explosive
E) Plastic explosive
  • 15. Which of the following are the possibilities that a person maybe found negative for nitrate even
A) Direction of wind
B) All of these
C) All of these
D) Wind velocity
E) None of these
  • 16. Black coarsely peppered pattern around the bullet hole
A) Smudging
B) Smudge
C) Singeing
D) Tattooing
E) Tattooing
  • 17. The following are sources of nitrates which may be encountered in the paraffin test, except;
A) Detergent
B) Urine
C) None of these
D) Fertilizers
E) None of these
  • 18. Made by mixing nitroglycerine with sawdust or clay.
A) Nitroglycerine
B) Dynamite
C) Plastic explosive
D) Dynamite
E) TNT
  • 19. Used mostly for military explosive. A safe explosive, it will burn but not explode
A) Plastic explosive
B) Nitroglycerine
C) Dynamite
D) TNT
E) TNT
  • 20. Explode or detonate when they are heated or subjected to shock.
A) Initiators
B) Propellant
C) Initiators
D) Perpetrator
E) High explosives
  • 21. A test that determines whether fiber is mineral, vegetable or animal,
A) Burning or Ignition test
B) Burning or Ignition test
C) Flourescence test
D) Flourescence test
E) Microscopic test
  • 22. The intermediate and thickest layer of the shaft and is composed of elongated spindle shaped fibrins which cohere.
A) Cortex
B) Medulla
C) Cuticle
D) Cortex
E) None of this
  • 23. The phase of hair root development which will likely produced reliable DNA result
A) Anagen Phase
B) Telogen Phase
C) Catagen Phase
D) All of this
E) Anagen Phase
  • 24. Identify which component of the hair is represented by B
A) Cuticle
B) Cortex
C) Cortex
D) All of this
E) Medulla
  • 25. determine if hair is newly cut or not, which part of the hair must be examined?
A) Tip
B) Shaft
C) Root
D) Tip
E) Smile 😁
  • 26. Which of the following is an example of mineral fiber?
A) Silk
B) We past the exam
C) Asbestos
D) Asbestos
E) Abaca fiber
  • 27. If the hair naturally falls off from the body, the hair root development is in:
A) Telogen Phase
B) Telogen Phase
C) Catagen Phase
D) Anagen Phase
E) All of this
  • 28. Identify which component of the hair is represented by A
A) Mommy
B) Cuticle
C) Medulla
D) Cortex
E) Medulla
  • 29. Is an appendage of the skin which is found everywhere in the human except on the palms of the hand and the sole of the feet.
A) Fores
B) Fores
C) Hair
D) None of this
E) Hair
  • 30. it is the outer surface of the hair which appears scale-like flakes when viewed under the microscope
A) Cuticle
B) All this
C) Cortex
D) Cuticle
E) Cuticle
  • 31. To determine whether hair is forcibly removed from the body or not, which part of the hair must be examined?
A) Tip
B) Root
C) Shaft
D) Root
E) None of this
  • 32. Portion above the surface of the skin. The most distinctive part of hair
A) Shaft
B) Root
C) None of this
D) Tip
E) Shaft
  • 33. The most characteristic portion of the hair. It is the central canal of the hair
A) Appendage
B) Medulla
C) Cuticle
D) All of this
E) Medulla
  • 34. it is possible to determine whether the hair comes from human or animal
A) Maybe true
B) True
C) False
D) True
E) Maybe false
  • 35. Frequently used to determine the general group to which a fiber belongs
A) Flourescence test
B) Flourescence test
C) Buning or ignition test
D) Містозсеріс ехаmination
E) None of these
  • 36. Hair is specialized epithelial outgrowth of the skin found everywhere in the human body except
A) Both
B) in the palm of the hands
C) Both
D) The soles of the feet
E) All of this
  • 37. There is no means to determine the identity of the hair
A) Maybe false
B) False
C) Maybe true
D) True
E) False
  • 38. A translucent piece of tissue surrounding the hair shaft near the root.
A) Medullary index
B) Folicular Tag
C) Folicular Tag
D) All of this
E) Race Determinant
  • 39. Which of the following is an example of vegetable fibers?
A) Tip
B) Asbestos
C) Silk
D) Cotton
E) Cotton
  • 40. The relationship between the diameter of the medulla and the diameter of the whole hair.
A) Medullary Index
B) Race Determinant
C) Medullary Index
D) Silk
E) Cotton
  • 41. Ink which is easily smudged affected by moisture
A) Gallotanic ink
B) Nigrosine ink
C) Nigrosine ink
D) Ballpoint pen ink
E) All of this
  • 42. An original or official written or printed paper furnishing information or used as proof of something else.
A) Computer
B) Desktop
C) Seal
D) Document
E) Document
  • 43. All aspect of documents examination are the concerns of a document esaminer
A) May true
B) False
C) True
D) Maybe false
E) True
  • 44. Substances used for invisible writing.
A) Sympathetic or mvtcible ink
B) Ink indicator
C) All of this
D) Egyptian papyrus
E) Sympathetic or mvtcible ink
  • 45. It is added to paper to improve its texture
A) Sizing material
B) Fiber composition
C) Loading material
D) Sizing material
E) None of this
  • 46. The obscuring of writing by superimposing ink, pencil or other marking materials
A) Contact writing
B) Intended writing
C) Erasure
D) Obliteration
E) Obliteration
  • 47. Blank pages may contain traces of ink because of previous contact with some writings
A) Contact writing
B) Indented writing
C) Obliteration
D) Contact writing
E) Erasure
  • 48. Unnecessary writing that are not capable of beng read.
A) Illigible writing
B) Legible writing
C) None of this
D) Illigible writing
E) Edible writing
  • 49. Which of the following are observed when conducting preliminary test for paper?
A) None of this
B) All of this
C) All of this
D) pression causes by transmitted light
E) Folts and crease
  • 50. Which of the following are physical examination on paper that will cause a perceptible change?
A) All of this
B) Accelerated aging test
C) Absorption test
D) All of this
E) Folding endurance test
  • 51. The quality of paper that does not allow the light to pass through or which prevents dark objects from being seen through the paper
A) Translucency
B) Capacity
C) Opacity
D) Transparency
E) Opacity
  • 52. Marks produced on paper by the flexible wire added to the surface of the dandy roll that carries the watermarks
A) Trademark
B) Good luck guys
C) Watermarks
D) Watermarkss
E) Water marks
  • 53. This kind of ink is best determined by paper chromatography
A) Logwood ink
B) Gallotonic Ink
C) Ballpoint pen ink
D) Logwood ink
E) Ballpoint pen ink
  • 54. Term applied to partially visible depression appearing on a sheet of paper underneath the one that the visible writing appear
A) Contact writing
B) Erasure
C) Cindented writing
D) Colteration
E) Cindented writing
  • 55. One of the earliest substances used for writing it is from material that the word paper was derived.
A) Egyptian pestyrus
B) Vellum
C) Egyptian pestyrus
D) Parchment
E) All of this
  • 56. Which of the following belongs to composition of paper?
A) Erasure
B) Loading material
C) Sizing matenal
D) All of this
E) All of these
  • 57. A test applied on paper without perceptibly changing or altering the original appearance of the document.
A) A Physical test causing no percebe charge
B) Primary test for paper
C) Physical test causing a perceptible change
D) A Physical test causing no percebe charge
E) Chemical test
  • 58. Which of the following are physical examination on paper that will cause no perceptible change
A) None of this
B) Accelerated aging test
C) None of these
D) Bursting strength best
E) Folding endurance test
  • 59. Type of ink where age maybe determined
A) Nigrosine Ink
B) Gallotanic pen ink
C) Gallotanic pen ink
D) Ballpoint pen ink
E) Logwood ink
  • 60. Visible result of specks develop when nitrate comes in contact with DPA reagent
A) Deep blue
B) Deep blue
C) Deep green
D) Deep gray
E) Deep salmon
  • 61. Taking of the cast of the left and right hands to extract the nitrate embedded or implanted on the skin.
A) Humidity
B) Paraffin test
C) none of this
D) Paraffin test
E) DPA
  • 62. Which of the following is an example of animal fiber
A) Wool & silk
B) Cotton and abaca fiber
C) Wool & silk
D) All of this
E) Asbestos
  • 63. Which of the following is an example of organic fiber?
A) Rayon & nylon
B) Rayon & nylon
C) Metalic
D) All of this
E) Plastic
  • 64. Which of the following is an example of a inorganic fiber?
A) Nylon
B) All of this
C) Metallic
D) Plastic
E) Metallic
  • 65. Means removal of writing from the paper
A) Erasure
B) Contact writing
C) Erasure
D) indented writing
E) Based
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