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Edheads: Crash Scene Investigation

Practice forensics science as you investigate an automobile crash.
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Practice forensics science as you investigate an automobile crash. You’ll need to print out the crash scene document so you can record the information as you compile it. First you’ll learn how to gather information. Math skills are important in assessing the details you gather. You’ll also learn to interview witnesses. Figure the speed the cars were traveling after the collision based on the formula provided. After all the data have been collected, you draw conclusions as to what caused the collision, and who was at fault. This is an extensive look at how to gather and interpret evidence, a great introduction to forensics.

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