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Question 1
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Rotation and circumduction describe the same motion.
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Question 2
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The only joint in the human body that allows for complete rotational movement is the articulation between C1 and C2.
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Question 3
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The pubic symphysis and the articulations between vertebral bodies are examples of two synovial joints.
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All the sutures of the skull are synarthrotic joints.
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Question 5
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The only saddle joint in the human body is in the thumb.
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