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50 4 pts list three characteristics of a diarthrodial

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50. [4 pts] List three characteristics of a diarthrodial joint (3 pts) and name a diarthrodial joint with three degrees of freedom (1 pt). 51. [2 pts] Name one bone in which the anatomical axis and the mechanical axis are different (1 pt). Name one bone in which the anatomical axis and the mechanical axis are the same (1 pt). 52. [2 pts] Give an example, from human anatomy, for each of: A) a fusiform muscle (1 pt) B) a bipenniform muscle (1 pt) 53. [2 pts] Use a diagram to describe the general relationship between load (force) and deformation in human tissue. Label the X and Y axes, the elastic and plastic zones, and the ultimate failure point (1/2 pt for each correct label placement and for an accurate diagram). 54. [2 pts] “Experts” are not always what they appear to be. Consider the following situation. Dr. Abigale Smith, Ph.D. writes a book advocating that you follow her personal exercise program. Slim and trim, she graces the front cover of the book in fetching exercise tights. Only after you purchase the book do you discover in the small print that Dr. Smith’s doctorate is in English Literature. Should you consider this to be an example of faulty inquiry into human motion analysis? Explain. EXS 350 Mini-test 1, Fall Semester … 7
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  • Winter '10
  • Brennan
  • pts, Biceps brachii muscle, Human Motion Analysis

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