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True-False Quiz

This activity contains 21 questions.

Question 1
1 As you proceed from the head down the vertebral column, the vertebrae become larger and heavier.
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Question 2
2 Damage to the temporal bone could affect the sense of hearing.
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Question 3
3 Differences in the skeleton of males and females can best be seen in the characteristics of the pelvis.
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Question 4
4 Improper administration of CPR can force the floating ribs into the liver.
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Question 5
5 Most humans have 10 pairs of ribs.
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Question 6
6 Ribs that have no connection to the sternum are called the false ribs.
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Question 7
7 Studying human skeletons can reveal information concerning sex, age, nutritional status, and size.
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Question 8
8 The axial skeleton includes the bones of the upper and lower extremities and the girdles.
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Question 9
9 The bones of the forearm are also called antebrachium.
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Question 10
10 The os coxae is formed by the fusion of four bones.
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Question 11
11 The fibrocartilage of the intervertebral disc is called the anulus fibrosus.
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Question 12
12 The first cervical vertebra is also known as the axis.
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Question 13
13 The sacrum is composed of five fused vertebrae.
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Question 14
14 The thickest intervertebral discs are found in the sacral region.
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Question 15
15 At its proximal end, the humerus articulates with the ulna and radius.
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Question 16
16 The scapula articulates with the clavicle at the acromial end.
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Question 17
17 An injury to the lateral side of your ankle would involve the tibia.
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Question 18
18 The linea aspera is found on the posterior of the femur.
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Question 19
19 The clavicle is part of the axial skeleton.
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Question 20
20 The vertebrae are part of the axial skeleton.
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Question 21
21 The ossa coxae make up the bony pelvis.
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