Part C

Match the types of synovial joints in column A with the examples in column B. Place the letter of your choice in the space provided.

Column A Column B

a.

ball-and-socket

_ 1.

hip joint

b.

condyloid

_ 2.

metacarpal-phalanx

c.

gliding

d.

hinge

_ 3.

proximal radius-ulna

e.

pivot

_ 4.

humerus-ulna of the elbow joint

f.

saddle

_ 5.

phalanx-phalanx

_ 6.

shoulder joint

_ 7.

knee joint

_ 8.

carpal-metacarpal of the thumb

_ 9.

carpal-carpal

_ 10.

tarsal-tarsal

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