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The luminol test is capable of detecting bloodstains diluted up to: (Points : 5) 100,000 times 30,000 times 3,000 times 300 times
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User: The luminol test is capable of detecting bloodstains diluted up to: (Points : 5) 100,000 times 30,000 times 3,000 times 300 times

Weegy: 300,000 times.
patrick_hustla|Points 890|

User: The luminol test is capable of detecting bloodstains diluted up to:

Weegy: 300,000 times.
patrick_hustla|Points 890|

User: A computerized database that allows an analyst to obtain information relating to an automobile's make, model, and year is: (Points : 5) CODIS AFIS PCR PDQ

Weegy: The answer is Relational Database. More details can be found here:
Expert answered|skaipirata|Points 15|

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One of the most common types of paint examined in the crime laboratory involves: (Points : 5) Finishes from fingernail polish on a victim's hands Finishes emanating from automobiles Finishes from the "bluing" of a firearm Finishes from furniture varnish at a crime scene
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the answer is ....Finishes from fingernail polish on a victim's hands
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mrsgie, the question was answered already. Please do not post duplicate answers. You have been warned several times, yet you don't listen. We might have to bring this to The Weegy Team's attention if you don't stop.
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