Chapter 1 Quiz Online Test

Movement of a finger is an example of motion of:


Movement of a toe is an example of motion of a :


Where can motion occur?


To name motion of the human body properly and fully, which of the following should be included?


Which of the following is accurate regarding movement of a body part?


The forearm is located between the:


The arm is located between the shoulder joint and the:


Which of the following sections make up the appendicular body?


The major sections of the human body are:


Which of the following body parts are located in the upper extremity?


Which of the foloowing body parts is located in the lower extremity?


Which of the following body parts are located in the axial body?


What seperatesone body part from the next?


If a person lifts his or her hand arm into the air by moving the shoulder joint, the hand is:


What region is located between the shoulder blades?


The neck is also known as what region of the body?


The thigh is also known as what region of the body?


The arm is also known as what region of the body?


In what region is the armpit located?


The underside of the foot is also know as what region?


What does the Latin word ante mean?


What does the Latin word axis mean?


What does the Latin word post mean?


What does the Latin word inter mean


What does the Latin word supra mean?


What does the Latin word latus mean?




























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This quiz is for the student to review the concepts that were discuss in chapter one. Through this quiz the student will be able to illustrate an understanding of these concepts. The minimum grade for these quizes is 80% to complete the course. A student can take this quiz as many times as need to get a satifactory grade. There is no time limit on these as well.

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why nails and hairs seems to grow after death?

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