Stephanie BeardsleyDr. BryanFirst Aid & SafetyChapter 3 Replay Questions1.Yes.2.Muscles are elastic tissues that move bones. The rotator cuff is located in the shoulder blade and this muscle is involved in throwing, swimming and hitting (volleyball & racquetball). Quadriceps are on the front thigh and these muscles straighten the knee and move the thigh forward. The hamstring is located on the back of the thigh and they help the knee extend the thigh backwards. The calf is on the back of the lower leg and they help the foot point down and bend the knee.3.The tissues that make up a joint would be ligaments, tendons, cartilage, and bursas.4.Ligaments can be found where bones connect to a joint. This function is crucial to maintaining joint stability. Without ligaments, bones and joints would constantly move out of position and prevent any purpose of full movement.5.The 3 mechanism that cause most injuries are compression, tension, and shearing.