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Line form includes the smoothness of letters and the darkness of the lines
a) True b) False c) d)
Formatting includes the spacing between letters, word, and lines,
a) True b) False c) d)
Most of the time forgery is done for profit.
a) True b) False c) d)
Handwriting can be analyzed with a computer
a) True b) False c) d)
Forgeries are documents:
a) made with the intention of deceiving someone. b) adapted with the intention of decieving someone. c) falsified with the intention of deceiving someone. d) All of these choices.
Initial comparisons of documents can be done
a) the naked eye. b) a hand-held lens. c) microscopes. d) All of these choices.
When a material such as money is gained via forgery, it is called:
a) making a living. b) fraudulence. c) battery. d) deception.
Checks can be faked in many ways, including:
a) ordering someone else's checks from a deposit slip. b) directly altering a check. c) intercepting someone's check, altering it and cashing it. d) All of these choices.
Literary forgery refers to the forgery of a:
a) a fake historical letter or manuscript. b) a fake signature. c) a fake comic book. d) None of these choices.
Documents are sometimes chemically treated to make them look:
a) younger. b) older. c) more authentic. d) foreign.
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