christina (Unregistered Guest)
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|Posted on Monday, October 15, 2007 - 02:22 pm: ||
hi im in 6th grade and i need a science project on fingerprinting to but i dont wanna do the easy ones but sometimes there are big words and i cant tell what they mean to. :/
serena (Unregistered Guest)
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|Posted on Friday, March 09, 2007 - 09:23 am: ||
i need help i want to do my science fair project on fingerprinting and i need a question that is for a 5th grade. what question could i ask but also make it a science experiment.
|Posted on Tuesday, September 10, 2002 - 10:38 am: ||
I assume that you're asking about fingerprint pattern types.
In the "Henry Fingerprint Classification System" the patterns types are as follow...
Arch, Tented Arch ,Radial Loop, Ulnar Loop, Whorl, CentralPocket Loop, Double Loop Patterns, Accidental/Composites.
These are the basics and there are well-defined criteria for classifying each fingerprint.
Hope this gives you enough to get started. TS
|Posted on Monday, September 09, 2002 - 04:15 pm: ||
what are the types of prints
|Posted on Thursday, January 10, 2002 - 08:20 am: ||
Please see the Frequently Asked Question topic "Are fingerprints inherited... are they more similar between family members than between strangers?."
|Posted on Thursday, January 10, 2002 - 12:42 am: ||
I need some more research on my science project which is Do you inerte your fingerprints? so if any one has any information can you e-mail me at
|Posted on Sunday, November 25, 2001 - 02:54 pm: ||
I am doing a science fair project, and asking the question, "Are there any similarities in the fingerprints of a family?" I am using a daughter, mother, and grandmother out of 5 families to do this experiment. But here is the problem...I need some help to make this project interesting, but very original. And I want to get a superior rating. What can I do?
if you have any ideas email me at
|Posted on Thursday, February 08, 2001 - 06:42 am: ||
Science Project Suggestion
Third graders and university seniors often ask the same questions. The difference is not the questions asked, but in how they go about answering them.
Here's a suggestion... Call your local police and sheriff's departments. Ask to talk with a detective:
1. Ask him/her what kinds of evidence they cannot get fingerprints from when investigating a crime. Best wishes,
2. Write down the list of surface types you hear from him/her.
3. Experiment with using superglue fumes (under adult supervision) to develop fingerprints on the surfaces on your list.
4. Report the experiment results in your project and share them with your local police chief/sheriff.
|Posted on Thursday, February 08, 2001 - 01:55 am: ||
i need help i want to do it on fingerprinting but if i do i need a question that is more 8th grade not third grade! i need your help what kind of qusetions can i ask but also make it a science experment??? please help me!!