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Which errors in a single digit of a 15-digit airline

Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications | 7th Edition | ISBN: 9780073383095 | Authors: Kenneth Rosen ISBN: 9780073383095 37

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Problem 30E

Which errors in a single digit of a 15-digit airline ticket identification number can be detected?

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FSC 340­ Fingerprinting September 6, 2016 Fingerprint Classification  Visual pattern classification is 80% accurate Loop Pattern  Looks like “a roller coaster” “U” “horse shoe”  These lines come up, makes a turn around and goes back the same direction that they came in­ they run parallel  Ridge flow is examined from top to bottom of a print o Right Slope Loop­ ridges flow to right Right Slope Loop o Left Slope Loop­ ridges flow to left Fingerprint Numerical Classification  Right thumb­ 1  Left thumb­ 6  Right pointer finger­ 2  Left pointer finger­ 7  Left middle finger­ 8  Right middle finger­ 3  Right ring finger­ 4  Left ring finger­ 9  Right little finger­ 5  Left little finger­ 10 Radial Loop­ ridge flow moves towards the radius bone (closer to thumb) Ulnar Loop­ ridge flow moves towards the ulnar bone (closer to pinkie) Whorl Pattern  Looks like a “spiral” “circle” “hurricane”  Central Pocket Whorl­ circle pattern is centralized and confined to one small area  Plain Whorl­ large circle pattern  Double Loop Whorl­ “yin yang” pattern­ a big circular pattern consisting of two loops  Accidental Whorl­ catch all category­ consists of multiple patterns Arch Pattern  Ridge flow enters and exits on diff

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Textbook: Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications
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Author: Kenneth Rosen
ISBN: 9780073383095

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