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University of Cebu main campus Semi-Final Exam QD

Name:__________________________________________________Course/Year:___________________ Class Schedule:___________________________________________ Date:_________________________ I Multiple Choice: Read carefully the questions or statements before placing your answers in the box. Items with two or more shaded boxes shall be considered wrong. 1. How many letters or characters that a PICA typewriter contains in an inch in a measuring test plate? a. 10 characters per inch b. 11 characters per inch a.() b.() c.() d.() c. 12 characters per inch d. 13 characters per inch 2. The word pitch in typewriting refers to what in the following? a. diagonal spacing b. vertical spacing a.() b.() c.() d.() c. horizontal spacing d. inclination 3. It is that defect in typewriting where the letter position is printed below or above its normal position in relation to the paper. a. tilted character b. permanent defect a.() b.() c.() d.() c. alignment defect d. transitory defect 4. The term off its-feet in typewriting examination is referred to as what? a. typewriter is off its feet b. type print is heavier on one side than the other a.() b.() c. type print is evenly distributed on both sides d. a broken typeface

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5. How many letters or characters that an ELITE typewriter contains in an inch in a measuring test plate? a. 10 characters per inch b. 11 characters per inch a.() b.() c.() d.() c. 12 characters per inch d. 13 characters per inch 6. It is that defect in typewriting where the letter position appears slightly inclined or slanted to the other letter. a. vertical alignment defect b. permanent defect a.() b.() c.() d.() c. alignment defect d. transitory defect 7. A transitory defect in typewriting like dirty impression is due to which of the following factors? a. clogged or dirty typeface b. worn out typewriter ribbon a.() b.() c.() d.() c. broken typeface d. A or B 8. Refers to the typewriting defect where the letter or character position is printed either to the right or left of the letter on the paper. a. horizontal alignment defect b. vertical alignment defect a.() b.() c.() d.() c. typeface defect d. off-its-feet

9. Refers to an instrument used in perforating letters or words in the surface of a paper. a. computer printer b. perforating machine a.() b.() c.() d.() c. typewriter d. shredding machine 10. He is believed to be first person who invented the typewriter and patented the same in 1714. a. William Austin Burt b. Alfred Beach a.() b.() c.() d.() c. Henry Mill d. Xavier Progin 11. He is the one who invented a typewriter with a keyboard similar to that of a piano and rang when it reaches the end line of the paper margin. a. Samuel W. Francis b. Alfred Beach a.() b.() c.() d.() c. Henry Mill d. Xavier Progin 12. In the handling of document that is the subject of dispute, the questioned document examiner (QDE) should do the following, except. a. not fold the document b. not rub with eraser any portion in document a.() b.() c.() d.() c. encircle important portion in the document d. remain the condition of document as it is 13. Transmitted light photography is useful on which of the following? a. determining identity or difference in paper surface b. determining presence of added ink or uneven distribution of ink c. in either of the above d. in B only

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14. Which of the following is the main purpose concerning the proper handling of document subject of inquiry? a. for future reference b. owner may reclaim said document after the examination a.() b.() c.() d.() c. said document will be return to its owner after the trial d. preservation of documents evidentiary value 15. Among the following subjects of document examination, which of them may be subjected for a proper comparison and analysis? a. cursive writing with manuscript writing b. longhand stroke with printed stroke a.() b.() c.() d.() c. conventional style with personalized signature d. dictated standard with questioned specimen 16. Which of these typewriting scales that is used in determining unaligned letters? a. line scale b. top block scale a.() b.() c.() d.() c. either of the above d. A only 17. Which of these typewriting scales is used to determine whether any lines or words were added to the original document? a. line scale b. top block scale a.() b.() c.() d.() c. either of the above d. only B 18. In typewriting identification which of the following scales are used in a PICA type of typewriter? a. line scale b. top block scale and line scale a.() b.() c.() d.() c. lower block and line scale d. top block scale

19. In typewriting identification which of the following scales are used in an ELITE type of typewriter? a. line scale b. top block scale and line scale a.() b.() c.() d.() c. lower block and line scale d. top block scale 20. It refers to that broadened part of the letter in a typewritten character or lettering found on top or at the bottom of the letter or both. a. staff b. shank a.() b.() c.() d.() c. serif d. curve 21. A currency note would become unfit for circulation on any of the following except. a. heavy crease which breaks the fiber of the note b. the note is badly soiled or contaminated a.() b.() c.() c. creasing or wrinkling with unbroken fiber of the note d. A and B

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22. An equipment used to detect indented writing on the surface of the paper through an electrostatic imaging system. This device is designed for examination of security document like passport, visa and banknotes. a. video spectral comparator b. electrostatic detection apparatus a.() b.() c.() d.() c. stereoscopic binocular microscope d. magnifying lenses 23. For evidentiary court presentation where the principal issue is focused on a particular strokes in the handwriting, which of these characteristics below needs a measuring test plate during photographing of the same? a. size of the letter or word b. the proportion and degree of slant a.() b.() c.() d.() c. both of A and B d. only B 24. So as not to confuse the judge and the counsels of the parties during court presentation, the photographs of the questioned as well as the standard specimens, the particular strokes in issue should be. a. marked with arrows b. free from any markings a.() b.() c.() d.() c. numbered d. encircled 25. The suggested size of the photographic enlargement of the handwriting for court presentation purposes is. a. 4 times its natural size b. 3 times its natural size a.() b.() c.() d.() c. 5 times its natural size d. size does not matter 26. This device is used normally to detect any discrepancy in the continuity of writing strokes or any patching was introduced in the writing stroke. a. magnifying glass b. table lamp a.() b.() c.() d.() c. transmitted light gadget d. all of the above 27. This device is used to determine the size of a writing stroke during photographing. a. magnifying glass b. table lamp a.() b.() c.() d.() c. transmitted light gadget d. test plates

28. Which of these gadgets is usually used in the examination of charred documents? a. ultra-violet lamp b. infra-red lamp a.() b.() c.() d.() c. both A and B d. neither A nor B 29. Which of these gadgets is used to detect fake currency notes or the fluorescence of the paper? a. ultra-violet lamp b. infra-red lamp a.() b.() c.() d.() c. both A and B d. neither A nor B 30. A device commonly used in indented writing impression as well as detection of the presence of fresh fingerprints left on the surface of certain types of paper. a. video spectral comparator b. electrostatic detection apparatus a.() b.() c.() d.() c. stereoscopic binocular microscope d. magnifying lenses 31. He is the one who introduced a novel design of modern stereomicroscopic in the early 1890 that made him the forefather of modern stereomicroscopic. a. CherubindOreans b. Francis Herbert Wenham a.() b.() c.() d.() c. Honorato S. Greenough d. Albert S. Osborn 32. An equipment used in QDE that contains a series of microscopic lenses of varying magnifications used to observe and compare class characteristics in handwriting. This device can take image of the subjected documents without a camera. a. shadowgraph b. infra-red viewer a.() b.() c.() d.() c. electrostatic detection apparatus d. video spectral comparator 33. He was the one who invented the first stereoscopic style microscope with two eyepieces and matching objectives. a. CherubindOreans b. Francis Herbert Wenham a.() b.() c.() d.() c. Honorato S. Greenough d. Albert S. Osborn 34. Without using any gadget, the following are the determinants in detecting genuine paper money bill except. a. feeling of roughness when touched b. smoothness or slimy feeling when touched a.() b.() c.() d.() c. embossed effect of printing d. none of the above 35. A raised check is referred to as. a. unintentional increase of the amount contained in the check b. deliberate changing of words or figure that increases the amount of check c. both A and B d. none of A and B

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36. It refers to an act of changing the line of words in any portion of the surface of the paper. a. addition b. substitution a.() b.() c.() d.() c. interlineations d. obliteration

37. Refers to an act of altering documents by inserting word between lines. a. addition b. substitution a.() b.() c.() d.() c. interlineations d. obliteration 38. An American that invented the first typewriting machine using spacing method with vertical series of keys where the typeface is situated at the bottom. a. Xavier Progin b. Charles Grover Thurber a.() b.() c.() d.() c. Samuel W. Francis d. Alfred Beach 39. It refers to a handwriting characteristic when developed by an individual through a long period of time of his writing style by making a wider spacing in-between letters of words. a. dictated writing b. extended writing a.() b.() c.() d.() c. bended writing d. intended writing 40. In relation to the preceding item, when said type of writing is used to disguise ones own authorship in the making of the questioned document, identification of which could still be possible through which of the following modes. a. guided-hand or assisted method of writing b. dictated standard method of writing a.() b.() c.() d.() c. graphology d. elongation method of writing 41. It refers to a deliberate or accidental inconsistency created by the forger in failing to match the paper, ink and the writing material used in the making of document with what is used during the time when the original document was made. a. antagonism b. synchronism a.() b.() c.() d.() c. anachronism d. syllogism 42. This type of writing is produced with the cooperation of two minds due to the inability by one to write or sign all by himself due to serious illness or age factor. a. dictated writing or signature b. guided-hand or assisted signature a.() b.() c.() d.() c. aided-hand writing or signature d. all of the above except A 43. It refers to the study of handwriting correlating it with the personality traits of an individual. a. questioned document examination b. forensic document examination a.() b.() c.() d.() c. graphology d. dactyloscopy 44. It is a method of altering document by blotting out portion of writings by some opaque material. a. obliteration b. addition a.() b.() c.() d.() c. erasure d. intercalation 45. In the examination of the sequence of writing strokes, which of these appearance would show when viewed by correct magnification thru a microscope where the 2 crossing ink lines are still wet or moist. a. expanded appearance of ink line on the scored portion b. overlapping appearance of ink line on scored portion a.() B.() c.() d.() c. fusion of first and second lines on the crossed portion d. A and C except B

46. In relation to the preceding number, where the first line of crossing line is already dry at the time the second crossing stroke was made, what is the appearance of the crossed or scored portion? a. expanded appearance of ink line on the scored portion b. overlapping appearance of ink line on scored portion a.() B.() c.() d.() c. fusion of first and second lines on the crossed portion d. all of the above 47. It is a form of writing where the author of the letter employed ways and means to hide his identity from being associated with his letter. a. anonymous writing b. guided writing a.() b.() c.() d.() c. dictated writing d. simulated writing 48. Which of the following is the interest of a graphologist? a. writing traits of the person making the document b. ink used in the making of document c. writing instrument used in making the document d. material used in making the document

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49. It refers to the act of changing the original meaning of the document made during its preparation or after its execution. a. fraudulent alteration b. interlineations a.() b.() c.() d.() c. adding of number or words d. substitution 50. It is a special process whereby the metal lines to be printed in the money is cut into pieces either by hand or machine. a. pressing b. engraving a.() b.() c.() d.() c. printing d. shaving

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