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1. Physical evidence encompasses any and all objects that can establish that a crime has been committed or can provide a link between a crime and its victim or a crime and its perpetrator. a. True b. False
 2. Items of evidence are never clearly visible; they may be detected only through examination at the crime laboratory. a. True b. False 
3. Whenever possible, one should photograph evidence in its original condition as found at the crime scene. a. True b. False 
4. Packaging evidence items separately is not necessary if they are similar, even if they are at different locations. a. True b. False 
5. If biological or bloodstained materials are stored in airtight containers, the accumulation of moisture may encourage the growth of mold, which can destroy the evidential value. a. True b. False 
6. Investigators have little difficulty recognizing and collecting relevant crime-scene evidence, few seem aware of the necessity and importance of providing the crime lab with a thorough sampling of standard/reference materials. a. True b. False 
7. The examination of soil, blood, glass, hair, and fibers, often does not require comparison with a known standard/reference sample. a. True b. False

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