Today in class we learned about the different types of fingerprints. In your reflection on class today please answer the following questions in at least one 5-8 sentence paragraph!

-What types of fingerprints did you discover today?
-How does fingerprint analysis help police/forensic scientists?
-How do scientists think, work or act when analyzing fingerprints?

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Darren
12/07/2011 06:19

Today in class, we discussed fingerprints and different types. The three different types are the following: whorl, arch, and loop. There are definitely more but these are the three main. Fingerprints help the police because, if the person who took the diamond or stole the money from the safe and so on, they could match the fingerprint to the suspect and find out who is the culprit. Scientists study not only the different type of fingerprint, but what kind’s different people have. This helps people a lot to solve and close the case of a crime.

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Matt Harris
12/07/2011 06:20

-What types of fingerprints did you discover today?
I found out that there are a bunch of different fingerprints but there are three main ones named...
Loop
Whirl
Arch
Those are the main ones you will see on people’s fingers.
-How do scientists think, work or act when analyzing fingerprints?
They think by looking deeply at and studying it for a while till they exactly find out who it is.
They work and act by, Making sure nothing happens to it and no one touches it so they don’t think that someone else did it that didn’t.

-How does fingerprint analysis help police/forensic scientists?
Because by studying it carefully and having there Suspects it helps them because all they end up having to do is match them up with the suspects.

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Erin :)
12/07/2011 06:22

Today the types of fingerprints we learned about are a whorl, loop, and an arch. A whorl is like the wind, and like a pebble in the water. A loop is like the waves and the arch is like a mountain. Finger Prints help police/forensic scientist solve a crime by, The D.N.A in the finger. They would match it up with the finger prints on the crime scene to see if you were part of the crime. They analyze the finger prints that were on the crime scene.

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ava
12/07/2011 06:23

Today we began studying fingerprints. We (i) learned that there are many different types of fingerprints. I learned that all fingerprints are abstract. There are 3 fingerprints that are used a lot; whirl, loop and arch. If you scan a fingerprint you would be able to figure out who it is because every fingerprint is different in its own way. If bobs fingerprint is left on Jill’s soda can it is possible that he drank it. Policeman, detectives, forensic and etc. Study or analyze fingerprints to solve Jill’s case. Police and detectives take not on the scene they don’t mess with the scene but they do examine the scene.

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Charlotte
12/07/2011 06:23

We discovered many different types of fingerprints today. We discovered a whorl, which is like a swirl, a loop, which looks like a wave and an arch which looks like a mountain. Fingerprint analysis helps police and scientist because if there are fingerprints found they can find out who committed the crime. Scientist act, think and work by taking the fingerprint samples to a lab and analyze them. They think about their suspects and then they talk to the suspects and analyze their fingerprints. If they match, they found their criminal.

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Meaghan
12/07/2011 06:24

My group discovered many different types of fingerprints. But the top discovery’s where whorls, loops and arches. A whorl, which most people have, looks like a swirl, arches look like mountains and loops look like narrow ovals. I think that most people have swirl because on the board every single group wrote down a swirl whenever we were comparing observations. Fingerprints help police/forensic scientists because if someone committed a crime and they left finger prints, and they had a sore on their thumb, they could just take all the suspects finger prints and bam! Case closed. Scientists work very carefully when dealing with finger prints to notice a distinct definition or difference in the finger print to look for when analyzing the suspect’s fingers.

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Sean S
12/07/2011 06:24

Today we discovered first our own fingerprints and analyzed them. My group came up with words like swirl, mountain, and dot. But the real scientific words are whorl, loop, and arch. The way fingerprints helps the police and forensic scientist is by a process. First they would get the fingerprints and take them to the lab. After that they would run it through the system to see if they have already committed a crime. After that if they were lucky he would be in the system which means it gives the address of him, phone number, passport and anything that can help them. For the third question the way they would act would have to be very careful. They would have to first identify it. After that you would swipe the fingerprint through the system and it would do the work from there.

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Hannah :)
12/07/2011 06:25

I discovered that there are a lot of similar features to everyone’s finger prints. The three most found finger print types were Swirls, Waves and Mountains. It was really interesting because you would think that everyone has a totally different finger print. The characteristics of everyone’s finger prints are abstract. The official way of saying to the top 3 features are Whorl, Loop and Arch. They help the police and forensic scientists by identifying whose finger print it is. If they find a finger print on the crime scene. They would take the finger print and take a finger print of the suspect. If they finger print matches they would be able to infer and know who did the crime. Scientists really have to think hard, they can’t not think. When you observe you really have take in all the details, even the littlest stuff. So if there was a dot than you would have to write it down. When you analyze a finger print you have to look really closely.

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Dante
12/07/2011 06:25

Today I found the three main types of fingerprints whorl, loop, and arch. I found all of them on my own fingers. Fingerprint analyzing can help police/forensic scientists because if a crime is committed they can analyze the fingerprints that they find at the crime scene. Then they can match it with one of the suspects if the person, who committed the crime, has a cut or sore on the finger, they will see it on the fingerprint of the person. Forensic scientists are basically detectives because they have to figure out who committed the crime. While the scientist analyzes the finger they will try to find a match to the fingerprint. They will notice things that are not usually on an everyday fingerprint. They will think back to seeing the suspects and if the suspects had anything weird on their fingers and analyze it.

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Taylor C.
12/07/2011 06:26

-What types of fingerprints did you discover today?
Today we discovered the Loop, the Whorl, and the Arch. The Loop can be best described as a hill or a wave because it goes up and has a rounded top then goes down. The Whorl can be described a swirl because it swirls in to the middle. The Arch can be described as a mountain because it goes up with a pointed top then goes down at an angle.
-How does fingerprint analysis help police/forensic scientists?
Fingerprint analysis helps forensic scientists catch criminals who have a past criminal record. If you are a convicted criminal then you have your fingerprints in the system. So if you commit another crime you are identified. Finger prints can prove someone innocent. If your fingerprints are not a murder weapon then they don’t have evidence against you.
-How do scientists think, work or act when analyzing fingerprints?
First scientists look at the fingerprint for any characteristics. Then they look at if the fingerprints match anyone in the system. Then they try to find that person. This is how they work.

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Leo
12/07/2011 07:55

Today I learned about three different types of fingerprints, and they are whorl loop and arch. In class I fingerprinted my pinky thumb and pointer finger. I think police can scan fingerprints and they look at everyone’s fingers and see which fingerprint is on the crime scene and on the fingers.

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ashley<3
12/07/2011 08:45

Today I discovered three types of fingerprints. They are whirl, loop and arch. It helps the police and forensic scientists because if someone took something off of Ms. Scollins desk with putting both hands on the desk, they would be able to find out who it was. They probably would be quiet, focus and hold their breath. Also, I think that their professional and they know what they’re doing.

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gilly
12/07/2011 08:47

The types of fingerprints that I discovered were whorl and arch. I think that fingerprint analysis helps police and forensic scientist because then they would be able to get closer to who did the crime. The police or the scientists would look for something unusual in the fingerprints so they can make a mach to the fingerprints.

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Sierra
12/07/2011 08:55

Today I discovered what my fingerprints were, they were whirls and loops. I also discovered that many things are the same in our whole home room finger prints, like whirls, loops and arches. If there was a kid in our class who stole something off of Mrs.Scollins desk but, put both hands on the desk Mrs.Scollins would be able to analyze the fingerprints to match the student who stole the thing. This could possibly be a reasonable way to detect a criminal of any crime. When scientists are analyzing a fingerprint they are probably very silent and they must be very, very patient. Scientists are also professionals so they know what they’re doing.

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Meagan
12/07/2011 09:01

My group found all three of the types of finger prints (whorl, loop, arch) in our finger prints. Some people had all three in their fingers some people only had one kind. Finger print analysis helps police and forensic scientists by telling them who was at the scene of the crime so that they don’t accuse the wrong person. Also it tells them what they did when the crime was committed. I think the scientists are very careful when taking finger prints so that they don’t accidentally record their own finger prints. I think when the scientists are taking the prints they think about detail and the track the lines on the finger print take.

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Austin
12/07/2011 09:04

The different types of fingerprints I found were a whorl,loop and a arch. Fingerprints help the police to find the suspect. Also the fingerprints help the police to bring the person in for custody when scientists analyze fingerprints they have to pay close attention to it. They also have to look for marks or ridges in the suspects fingerprint. This takes a very long process. After the scientists are finished looking at the fingerprints they run the fingerprints through the scanner to make sure the suspect did not do a crime.

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Delia
12/07/2011 09:38

I learned a lot in our lesson in class. One of the things that I learned is the characteristics and types of fingerprints. In class we made our own names for the types of fingerprints. They were swirl, mountain, and wave. We also found out that the real names were loop, arch, and whorl. Fingerprint analysis helps police/forensic scientists a lot. Since every fingerprint is different, police can just find a fingerprint and its match to find a suspect. Scientist think, work, and act in a special way when analyzing fingerprints. They need to be detailed and specific. Scientists have to notice every little thing in their observation. It is important for them to take clear, detailed notes. I learned a lot about fingerprint analysis.

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leon
12/07/2011 10:32

I learned that the three main types of finger prints are whirl, loop and arch. Every finger print is different. No two are the same. I think fingerprint analysis is useful because it can be used to narrow down the list of suspects. It can also point to who used the murder weapon, which helped with the crime and all that. Scientist will be very serious and careful with the object so they don't smudge the fingerprints on it. They must also study the prints very hard, because one mistake can lead to the wrong suspect.

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ethan
12/07/2011 10:48


I discovered the three main types of fingerprints: loop, wall and arch. The reason that fingerprint detection is so important with forensic scientist is that if they can match a fingerprint on a gun, wall or on the floor, they can figure out who it was and catch the criminal quickly.wen they work with finger pints they work as a team by surfing the police fingerprints data base and analyzing the crime scene.

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Sophia
12/07/2011 10:48

Today in class we analyzed fingerprints. I learned that there are 3 official names for them, arch, loop, and whorl. Fingerprint analysis helps police and forensic scientist by, lets say, finding a criminal. If there was a robbery and the thief touched the door knob then he would most likely leave a fingerprint, right? So if they analyze the fingerprint then they would be 1 step closer to finding the thief. When scientists analyze fingerprints they have to be very carful. If they’re sloppy and mess up then you have a false accusation on who stole what.

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Vincent
12/07/2011 11:10

Today I discovered that there are three types of fingerprints. Whirl, loop and arch are the names of the types of fingerprints we learned about. Fingerprints tell us who was at the crime scene and they can be important evidence. This is important information for police and forensic investigators. My uncle is an Assistant District Attorney in Brooklyn and he tries homicide cases. Fingerprint evidence can help him convict criminals of crimes. Scientists must work very carefully when analyzing fingerprints because you can smudge them. They must examine specific details when analyzing fingerprints and it is important that they take their time not to damage any of the evidence.

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damien
12/07/2011 11:16

We discovered and looked at our fingerprints. Some had whorls,loops and archs. Scientists have to stay focused while analyzing so that they do not mess up. I would assume they would not socialise while they analyzed either. That could be taking a risk too.

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Ivan
12/07/2011 11:59

Today at school, I learned about the whorl, loop and arch fingerprints. Fingerprint analysis help detectives because when there is a crime, the police look at the fingerprints and use the suspects fingerprints to see if they mach. If they don't mach, he isn’t accused of the crime, if they do mach then he is the criminal that committed the crime. When scientists find a finger print at the scene, they first take a zoomed-in on the print, while the police ask the suspects to print their fingerprints on a sheet of paper. Then the police take the paper with prints to the scientist to compare to the one on the photo. Another way they identify fingerprints is the scientists use the DNA that they might find on the fingerprint. With that DNA, they identify the criminal that committed the crime.

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Claire
12/07/2011 13:26

I discovered whorls (waves), loops (swirls), and arches (mountains). Fingerprints can be similar and different. They aren't always one type; they can be a combination of 2 or 3. (Ie. whorl and arch; whorl, loop, arch; etc.) Analyzing fingerprints helps because all fingerprints are different which means scientists could identify someone better than analyzing footprints because someone could have the same shoe. Scientists need to work very meticulously. If they smudge the fingerprint, the fingerprint is useless. I think I wouldn't be the best Forensic scientist because I am not very steady which is important in science.

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andrew
12/07/2011 13:59

-What types of fingerprints did you discover today?
-How does fingerprint analysis help police/forensic scientists?
-How do scientists think, work or act when analyzing fingerprints?


The types of finger prints I discovered today was that one side was
darker then the other. Another thing I discovered is that in the finger prints I noticed that some had white circles on them. It helps it by looking at the finger print and seeing if anything looks out of pattern like one sign means that the person was holding something. Scientists think about the pattern in the finger print if it is a whorl a loop or a arch.

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Meredith :P
12/07/2011 14:11

Today In class we learned and talked about fingerprints. The three different types of fingerprints we learned are whorl, loop and arch. Whorl meaning swirl, loop meaning circle and arch being mountain or wave. The words swirl, circle and mountain are words that our class came up with before we learned the words whorl loop and arch. Fingerprints analysis and help forensic scientists in many different ways. One way is being able to track down criminals or suspects by what they have touched at the scene of the crime. How does this help? Well, it can create suspects and help close the case. Like if a scientist looks around on glass or on a gun. Another way fingerprints help forensic scientists is by knowing who was at the crime scene so you have evidence. Scientists need to be smart and quick with people’s fingerprints. If you smudge a fingerprint or lose the documents of the fingerprint your in trouble because this is PROOF that the suspect was there during the crime. Scientists think by trying to find out who the criminal was, they work fast and smartly and they always work hard and smart for every case they need to solve.

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Lara
12/07/2011 14:17

Today in class we discovered three types of fingerprints. We discovered the whirl, loop, and arch. Police and forensic scientists can use fingerprints to help identify people who are missing or dead. Therefore if the police or scientist looks at the fingerprints at the scene or on the body, they might find out who the criminal is. Then they can arrest the criminal and tell the family who did the crime so that they would feel better. When the forensic expert observes the fingerprint, they keep in mind to look for the whirls, loops and arches that form on the finger they also pay close attention to the fingers that touch objects (pointer and thumb).

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Hanna
12/07/2011 14:21

Today, we discovered whorl fingerprints, loop fingerprints, and arch fingerprints. Whorl fingerprints look like a ripple in water. Loop fingerprints look like an upside- down u. Arch fingerprints look like a mountain. Fingerprints help police and forensic scientists to figure out who was somewhere, held something, or committed a crime. They would have the suspect show them their fingerprint (like we did in class today), and then the police would see if the fingerprint matched the fingerprints at the scene of the crime. Scientists are very observant when they analyze fingerprints. They have to notice every detail.

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Nicholas s :]
12/07/2011 14:27

The types of fingerprints that I learned about today and found in my finger indentations are the Whorl, loop, and arch. I believe that fingerprints help scientists because everyone has a different pattern on their finger and they can find out who the suspects and the persons who commit crimes. Also, fingerprints can help to determine what weapon or thing that the person who committed the crime touched. I think that scientists work very forensic because they are determined to find the person or persons who committed the crime. I think that scientists also want to work hard because when they find the correct answer it most likely causes them to feel exhilarated.

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12/07/2011 14:40

Today we learned about the loop fingerprint, the whorl, and the arch. The whorl is like a pebble rippling the water, the arch is like an archway, and the loop is like a hook or a safety pin. Finger prints are important to police and forensic scientist because it can show them who did the crime and what time they did it at. When the scientists are working they have to keep a close eye. They also have to be very patient. When they are acting they have to always look for hidden marks in the fingerprints and they have to be hands on.

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Emily
12/07/2011 14:49



I discovered the loop, whorl and arch. I learned that all fingerprints are not the same. The fingerprints could have been curved and had swerved into other lines but the most common affects were the loop, whorl and the arch.

I think this helps the police to solve a delinquency and to get a better understanding of the suspects. It helps them also to become better educated with investigations and to help the people of the community stay safe. This also helps them pick and choose from the suspects and to find the delinquent and to figure out who may have committed the crime.

I think the scientists are usually busy working and it must take time analyzing fingerprints and to work on the scanning. It must be hard work analyzing and creating theories about crime scenes. I think they have done a good job solving crimes.

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jessica
12/07/2011 14:50

i discovered loops, dark on tops lighter on the bottoms and light on top dark on bottom, swiggle,lines,mountains,triangles,waves and dots. i think they can because if you stole something like jewlery from a store they can take your hair if it fell or sweat or if it dripped or they found your finger prints. also take finger prints from a witness or something involved in it and maybe find out who was there or who did it or who was involved with it. they work with gloves and twesers probably if they hold something they could maybe put their dna in it and ruin the sample of it and get in trouble. or if they ruin it they can suspect him or her. they could also throw them in jail for robbing.

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Cassidy
12/07/2011 15:31

In science, we discovered different types of fingerprints. We discovered the loop, which I called the wave. The whorl, which I called the swirl. Lastly, the arch, which I called the mountain. Fingerprint analysis helps police/forensic scientists/detectives. It helps them because they can track down people by using the evidence with there fingerprints on it. When scientists analyze fingerprints, they probably think, "what type of finger print does this person have? Who has that kind of fingerprint? Do they have a sore on their finger?" They are probably very focused.

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Austin
12/07/2011 15:37

The different types of fingerprints I found today are a whorl, a loop and an arch. Fingerprints are used to help the police to find a suspect. Also, the fingerprints are used to bring the suspect in for custody or for questioning. When scientists analyze a fingerprint they have to look for certain detail. Scientists look for ridges, marks and other things when looking at the fingerprint. After the scientist is done looking at the fingerprint the person would run the fingerprints through a scanner and the scanner would show up with some detail or evidence about the suspect like if they previously committed a crime or their address.

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alex
12/07/2011 15:58

Today in class we learned three types of finger prints. The types of fingerprints are; whorl, loops, and arches. Fingerprints analysis can help police and forensic scientists’ by telling who the person is (almost). For example say some is stealing a pair of ear rings. But its in the middle of the table. So he reaches to get it but puts his other hand on the table. The police can dust for fingerprints and they will be there. And then get everyone who has been in the house and get their fingerprints. I think the forensic scientists work very carefully, detailed, and try to recreate the crime scene and to see who and/what did it.

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Ellie
12/07/2011 16:08

The types of fingerprints we discovered today were arch (mountain shaped), loop (circularly shaped), and whorl (shaped in a fashion where waves arched over a point). Fingerprint analysis helps police and forensic scientists Identify who did a crime. Fingerprint analysis also helps to find out how the guilty one did the crime. Scientists must think outside of the box to piece together crimes with the data found while analyzing fingerprints. They must be careful too, because if they make a mistake identifying fingerprints, it could cause an innocent person to be given charges for no reason.

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Maccray Rentel
12/07/2011 16:10

Today in class we learned the three different types of fingerprints they are loop, whirl, and arch. My finger looks more like a loop. I think that they are helpful because when a crime has been committed and the evidence has fingerprints all over it, it is easier to tell the story of the crime. When a scientist is working with a fingerprint they must be very careful not to touch it or do anything to the print that will affect the process of finding the victim. Also they must not jump to a conclusion of who did the crime because as we learned in class, fingerprints are never exactly the same but they definitely have many similarities.

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Max
12/07/2011 16:36

What finger prints did we discover?
Today we discovered three different kinds of finger prints and named them differently. They were the loop, arch, and whorl. My group called them small medium and large. The loop could be a never ending oval shape. The arch could mountain like shape. The whorl could have a wave shape or a broken sort of swirl shape.
How does finger print analysis help police and forensic scientists?
Finger prints help police in a crime investigation because after full analysis, can be traced to the person. Finger print analysis helps forensic scientists because they can make a full analysis. Police can track down any suspects or criminal suspects through this and figure out the appearance. The forensic scientists are the one who make the full analysis. Fingerprint analysis gives a gateway to inferences and conclusions.
How do scientists think, work, or act when analyzing fingerprints?
Scientists usually think about the shape of the print and what inferences can be made after a thorough analysis. They act as if it is a serious procedure, since it is. They work hard since the possible out come and variables could be huge. Scientists also must think about the possible different finger print shapes and sizes. They must act so that they get the job one in enough time for the police to act.

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Vishwanka
12/07/2011 16:36

I learned three different types of fingerprints today. A loop, a whorl, and an arch. I remember these names because a loop looks like loop, a whorl looks like a wave and an arch looks like a mountain. Fingerprints help police and forensic scientists with analyzing the crime scene. They really look closely and they record every little detail down. Then they use the details to help solve the crime. The forensic scientists think deeper than normal people. They analyze a lot. They work hard day and night. They have to do a lot of writing.

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12/07/2011 17:08

I have discovered swirls, waves, and arches in fingerprint today. They are almost always a reliable source to go to at a crime scene. All fingerprints are different, like snow flakes. If I was a criminal, I would wear gloves whenever I would do a crime. Fingerprints are the first ting to go to in a crime scene if there are no suspects. If I were a scientist at a crime scene I would take a fingerprint test on any of the things that was not touched by the victim.

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alyssa f
12/07/2011 17:22

Today I discovered many types of fingerprints. Such as, arched fingerprints, swirled fingerprints, waved fingerprints ect.. but all thumb, pointer and inky where not much different from each other. I think fingerprint analysis helps police/forensic scientists because every finger is different. Even from the slightest difference. But if you take one and others fingerprints, you would find not totally, but a difference. this will help with a crime scene a lot. I think scientists have to observe every little detail on a fingerprint, so it will make them more focused when the are analyzing a fingerprint.

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alexa♥
12/07/2011 17:33

Today I discovered a lot of different kinds of finger prints! Some of them were really cool! There were loops, all different kinds of swirls, and I also saw a lot of lines everywhere and so many different shapes. Some were lighter and darker than others, but my group found that the first one we did, was the darkest. What I also noticed was that my thumb was really smudged.

Finger print analysis helps police officers and forensic scientists because, say a criminal touched the ground that was filthy, and then had to take the fingerprint thing. It would prove to them exactly where they were, and what they were doing. So that would help them solve the mystery a little more. How scientists think, work or acts when analyzing finger prints is they look at it with magnifying glasses and while there doing that there really looking to see what is on the finger prints, is there swirls, is one darker or lighter than the others, is there something unusual on it? That’s the kind of stuff they do. If there is something unusual on it then maybe that will help them solve the crime! They should act very seriously when there in this process. It can be hard at time really seeing what’s going on in a finger print!

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chris
12/07/2011 18:31

The types of finger prints we learned were. The whorl, loop, and the arch. Fingerprints help them because the criminal must have touches something, so they would analyze the fingerprints and match them with the suspects. They would use physical evidence left from a crime scene or from a medical mystery using the tools of science.


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Katie
12/07/2011 18:45

There are three different types of fingerprints; the swirl, loop, and the arch. Police/forensic scientists use fingerprints to help solve crimes. For instance, if someone stole something off the teacher’s desk, they probably would leave fingerprints behind. Police/forensic scientists would be able to tell who it is by looking at the fingerprints and comparing them to a person’s actual fingertips. Everyone’s fingerprints are different. When scientists need to solve a mystery or a medical crime, they have to analyze physical evidence left from the scene and fingerprints are a good start.



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Maia
12/08/2011 08:48

Today we learned about loop fingerprints, arch fingerprints, and whorl fingerprints. We also learned how fingerprint analyasis helps police and forensic scientists. It helps track down the crime-comitter by looking at the suspects fingerprints and matching them to the ones on the crime scene. Scientists think about different kinds of fingerprints when they analyze them. Scientists work carefully when analyzing fingerprints and scientists act very observant when analyzing fingerprints.

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marcus
12/08/2011 16:31

I discovered three types of fingerprints today:
• Whirls- a circular type of fingerprint
• Loops- a fingerprint that goes in layers to a location where the fingerprint lines then move back
• Arch- a fingerprint that has layers and layers of mountain-like lines

Fingerprints help police and scientists to trace a murder from a murder weapon back to a suspect or if the body is unrecognizable tracing the fingerprint to who got killed. They trace the fingerprint back to the suspect or victim by using a large fingerprint database to match the fingerprints. Scientists, when working with fingerprints, will thing about whose fingerprints are these? Where these fingerprints of a killer, or a bystander?

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