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If a body shows no visible rigor, it has probably been dead:
a) Less than two hours or more than forty-eight hours b) Less than ten hours or more than seventy-two hours c) Less than twenty-four hours or more than seventy-two hours d) More than two hours or less than forty-eight hours
Factors affecting rigor include:
a) Temperature b) Activity of death c) Body weight d) All of these choices
Algor mortis means roughly:
a) Death heat and describes the temperature gain in a corpse b) Death heat and describes the temperature loss in a corpse c) Death chill and describes the temperature loss in a corpse d) None of these choices
To take a corpse's temperature, forensic investigators insert a thermometer into the:
a) Liver b) Stomach c) Mouth d) Underarm
Medical examiners help determine the time of death by studying the stomach contents. In general, it takes:
a) Six to eight hours for the stomach to empty its contents into the small intestine and another twelve hours for the food to le b) Four to six hours for the stomach to empty its contents into the small intestine and another eighteen hours for the food to l c) Four to six hours for the stomach to empty its contents into the small intestines and another twelve hours for the food to le d) None of these choices
The rate of cooling a body after death is called:
a) Algor mortis b) Livor mortis c) Rigor mortis d) Cooler mortis
Generally the body cools at a rate of about:
a) 1 to 1/2 degrees per hour b) 5 to 10 degrees per hour c) Depends of the temperature of the surrondings d) Both A and C
The stiffening of muscles that occurs from approximately two to 30 hours after death is called:
a) Algor mortis b) Livor mortis c) Rigor mortis d) Stiffening of muscles does not occur after the heart stops beating
Forensic antrhopologists use the study of skeletal remains to determine:
a) Whether or not the remains are human b) An approximate age of the individual at the time of death c) The sex of an individual d) All of the above
Human bones can be differentiated from animal bones by looking at the osteons.
a) In animals, the osteons for a regular pattern. b) In humans, the osteons form a regular pattern. c) Animals have no osteons. d) Humans have no osteons.
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