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This activity contains 30 questions.

Question 1
1 The most common lever systems in the body are those that have the applied force between the fulcrum and the resistance. These are called ______ levers.
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Question 2
2 A muscle that assists the muscle primarily responsible for a given action is a(n):
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Question 3
3 A muscle that is inserted on the mandible is probably involved in:
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Question 4
4 A muscle whose name ends in the suffix -glossus would be found attached to the:
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Question 5
5 Damage to which of the following muscles would interfere with quiet breathing?
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Question 6
6 During abdominal surgery, the surgeon makes a cut through the muscle directly to the right of the linea alba. The muscle that is being cut is the:
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Question 7
7 Each of the following terms is a descriptive term for a muscle's action, except:
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Question 8
8 Each of the following terms is used to describe the shape of a muscle, except:
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Question 9
9 Muscles with fibers that run straight or parallel to the long axis of the body are called:
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Question 10
10 The muscular wall of the abdomen is composed of:
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Question 11
11 The major abductor muscle of the upper arm is the:
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Question 12
12 The attachment site of the muscle tendon to the more-movable bone is called the:
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Question 13
13 The names of the muscles can indicate all of the following, except:
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Question 14
14 The deltoid is a muscle named according to
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Question 15
15 The extensor digitorum muscle is an example of a ____________ muscle.
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Question 16
16 Which of the following statements about second-class levers is correct?
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Question 17
17 Which of the following muscles of the face is NOT innervated by the facial nerve?
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Question 18
18 The _______ nerve innervates all of the extrinsic tongue muscles.
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Question 19
19 Which of the following muscles divides the neck into two triangles?
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Question 20
20 Which of the following muscles lifts the rib cage during inspiration?
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Question 21
21 The linea alba is found in the:
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Question 22
22 All of the following are known as rotator cuff muscles, except the:
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Question 23
23 The _______________ assists the triceps brachii in forearm extension.
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Question 24
24 Which of the following adducts the fingers and wrist?
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Question 25
25 The prime mover for flexion of the thigh is the __________ muscle.
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Question 26
26 The obturator nerve supplies all of the following muscles, except the:
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Question 27
27 Which of the following muscles is a common site for injections in infants who have poorly formed buttocks?
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Question 28
28 All of the following muscles are innervated by the sciatic nerve, except the:
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Question 29
29 The ________________ is the prime mover of dorisiflexion of the foot.
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Question 30
30 Shin splints are caused by:
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