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Identification is the examination of chemical and physical properties of an object and using the results to categorize the object as a member of a group. Which of the following are examples of identification?


Determination that hairs found on a bag are from a cat


Determination that hairs found on a bag are from a black Labrador retriever


Fibers found on a chair are determined to be from brown slacks


Colored chips found on the road are determined to be red car paint


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