1. Which is an example of a hinge joint?
a. Hipc. wrist
b. Shoulderd. elbow
2. Jose can rotate his arms from the shoulders. What makes this possible? a. Hinge jointsc. spinal cord
b. Cartilaged. ball and socket joints
3. Which of these tissues join bines together?
a. Cartilagec. tendon
b. Ligamentd. skin
4. Why is the skeletal system called the framework of the body? a. It holds the muscles
b. It allows the movement
c. It is made of tough bones
d. It gives support and shape to the body.
5. Which serve as cushion between bones in a joint?
a. Tendonc. cartilage
b. Cottond. ligaments
6. The head can be tilted, bowed or moved from side to side because it is a a. Hinge jointc. pivot joint
b. Ball and socket jointd. gliding joint
7. Graceful hand movements in folk dances are possible be because of: A. Hinge jointc. pivot joint
B. Ball and socket jointd. gliding joint
8. What are the bones of the backbone also called?
a. Skullc. spinal column
b. Pelvic boned. ribs
9. In what group of the skeletal system will you consider the skull, backbone and the rib cage? a. Axial skeletonc. appendicular skeleton
b. Pelvic girdled. shoulder bone
10. What can help build strong bones?
a. Exercisec. diet rich in vitamins
b. Diet rich in mineralsd. all of the above
11. If your spinal cord is injured, what will happen to your body? a. Some parts of the body cannot move.
b. The body will continue to move.
c. You will become blind.
d. You will become rich.
12. You have a sprained ankle. What is the beats thing you should do? 1. Sit down and cry.
2. Put an ice bag.
3. Do as little movement as possible
4. Ask for help.
5. Run for help
a. 1, 2 and 3c. 2, 4, and 5
b. 2, 3 and 4d. 3, 4, and 5
13. Why is bone marrow important to the body?
a. It produces...