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Chapter 10 - The Muscular System. Introduction to Muscles. Lever Systems. Origins. Insertions. Action. $100. $100. $100. $ 100. $100. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $300. $300. $300. $300. $300. $400. $400. $400. $400. $400. $500. $500. $500. $500. $500. FINAL ROUND.

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chapter 10 the muscular system

Chapter 10 - The Muscular System

Introduction to Muscles

Lever Systems

Origins

Insertions

Action

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FINAL ROUND

introduction to muscles 100 question
Introduction to Muscles: $100 Question
  • The deltoid muscle is named for its ________.
  • a. action
  • b. location
  • c. shape
  • d. size

ANSWER

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introduction to muscles 100 answer
Introduction to Muscles: $100 Answer
  • The deltoid muscle is named for its ________.
  • a. action
  • b. location
  • c. shape
  • d. size

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introduction to muscles 200 question
Introduction to Muscles: $200 Question
  • Which of the following is not a functional classification of muscle?
    • a. Agonist
  • b. Antagonist
  • c. Protagonist
  • d. Synergist

ANSWER

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introduction to muscles 200 answer
Introduction to Muscles: $200 Answer
  • Which of the following is not a functional classification of muscle?
    • a. Agonist
  • b. Antagonist
  • c. Protagonist
  • d. Synergist

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introduction to muscles 300 question
Introduction to Muscles: $300 Question
  • Synergistic muscles that immobilize a joint are also classified as ________.
    • a. agonists
  • b. fixators
  • c. prime movers
  • d. antagonists

ANSWER

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introduction to muscles 300 answer
Introduction to Muscles: $300 Answer
  • Synergistic muscles that immobilize a joint are also classified as ________.
    • a. agonists
  • b. fixators
  • c. prime movers
  • d. antagonists

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introduction to muscles 400 question
Introduction to Muscles: $400 Question
  • Sphincter muscles have which fascicular pattern?
  • a. Circular
  • b. Convergent
  • c. Parallel
  • d. Pennate

ANSWER

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introduction to muscles 400 answer
Introduction to Muscles: $400 Answer
  • Sphincter muscles have which fascicular pattern?
  • a. Circular
  • b. Convergent
  • c. Parallel
  • d. Pennate

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introduction to muscles 500 question
Introduction to Muscles: $500 Question
  • Which fascicular arrangement tends to be found in the most powerful muscles?
  • a. Circular
  • b. Convergent
  • c. Parallel
  • d. Pennate

ANSWER

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introduction to muscles 500 answer
Introduction to Muscles: $500 Answer
  • Which fascicular arrangement tends to be found in the most powerful muscles?
  • a. Circular
  • b. Convergent
  • c. Parallel
  • d. Pennate

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lever systems 100 question
Lever Systems: $100 Question
  • ________ serve as levers on your body.
    • a. Muscles
    • b. Joints
    • c. Tendons
    • d. Bones

ANSWER

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lever systems 100 answer
Lever Systems: $100 Answer
  • ________ serve as levers on your body.
    • a. Muscles
    • b. Joints
    • c. Tendons
    • d. Bones

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lever systems 200 question
Lever Systems: $200 Question
  • ________ serve as a fulcrum on your body.
    • a. Muscles
    • b. Joints
    • c. Tendons
    • d. Bones

ANSWER

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lever systems 200 answer
Lever Systems: $200 Answer
  • ________ serve as a fulcrum on your body.
    • a. Muscles
    • b. Joints
    • c. Tendons
    • d. Bones

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lever systems 300 question
Lever Systems: $300 Question
  • Levers that operate at a mechanical advantage are called ________ levers.
    • a. speed
    • b. power
    • c. third-class
    • d. load

ANSWER

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lever systems 300 answer
Lever Systems: $300 Answer
  • Levers that operate at a mechanical advantage are called ________ levers.
    • a. speed
    • b. power
    • c. third-class
    • d. load

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lever systems 400 question
Lever Systems: $400 Question
  • Levers that operate with great speed, and are always at a mechanical disadvantage, are the ________.
    • a. first-class levers
    • b. second-class levers
    • c. third-class levers
    • d. All of the above perform this way.

ANSWER

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lever systems 400 answer
Lever Systems: $400 Answer
  • Levers that operate with great speed, and are always at a mechanical disadvantage, are the ________.
    • a. first-class levers
    • b. second-class levers
    • c. third-class levers
    • d. All of the above perform this way.

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lever systems 500 question
Lever Systems: $500 Question
  • Most of the skeletal muscles in our bodies are classified as ________.
    • a. first class
    • b. second class
    • c. third class
    • d. All of the above are equallydistributed in our bodies.

ANSWER

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lever systems 500 answer
Lever Systems: $500 Answer
  • Most of the skeletal muscles in our bodies are classified as ________.
    • a. first class
    • b. second class
    • c. third class
    • d. All of the above are equallydistributed in our bodies.

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origins 100 question
Origins: $100 Question
  • The origin of the triceps brachii is on the ________.
    • a. scapula
    • b. humerus
    • c. scapula and humerus
    • d. clavicle, scapula, and humerus

ANSWER

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origins 100 answer
Origins: $100 Answer
  • The origin of the triceps brachii is on the ________.
    • a. scapula
    • b. humerus
    • c. scapula and humerus
    • d. clavicle, scapula, and humerus

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origins 200 question
Origins: $200 Question
  • A muscle that does not originate from the ribs is the _________.
    • a. pectoralis minor
    • b. serratus anterior
    • c. rectus abdominis
    • d. pectoralis major

ANSWER

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origins 200 answer
Origins: $200 Answer
  • A muscle that does not originate from the ribs is the _________.
    • a. pectoralis minor
    • b. serratus anterior
    • c. rectus abdominis
    • d. pectoralis major

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origins 300 question
Origins: $300 Question
  • Which of these is not an origin of the trapezius?
    • a. Occipital bone
    • b. Thoracic vertebrae
    • c. Scapula
    • d. Ligamentum nuchae

ANSWER

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origins 300 answer
Origins: $300 Answer
  • Which of these is not an origin of the trapezius?
    • a. Occipital bone
    • b. Thoracic vertebrae
    • c. Scapula
    • d. Ligamentum nuchae

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origins 400 question
Origins: $400 Question
  • This abdominal muscle originates from the pubic symphysis.
    • a. Rectus abdominis
    • b. External oblique
    • c. Internal oblique
    • d. Transversus abdominis

ANSWER

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origins 400 answer
Origins: $400 Answer
  • This abdominal muscle originates from the pubic symphysis.
    • a. Rectus abdominis
    • b. External oblique
    • c. Internal oblique
    • d. Transversus abdominis

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origins 500 question
Origins: $500 Question
  • Which muscle group does not have an origin on the pelvic girdle?
    • a. Hamstrings
    • b. Gluteals
    • c. Abdominals
    • d. They all have origins on the
    • pelvic girdle.

ANSWER

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origins 500 answer
Origins: $500 Answer
  • Which muscle group does not have an origin on the pelvic girdle?
    • a. Hamstrings
    • b. Gluteals
    • c. Abdominals
    • d. They all have origins on the pelvic girdle.

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insertions 100 question
Insertions:$100 Question
  • The insertion of the sternocleidomastoid is ________.
    • a. the clavicle
    • b. the sternum
    • c. the temporal bone
    • d. the clavicle andthe sternum

ANSWER

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insertions 100 answer
Insertions: $100 Answer
  • The insertion of the sternocleidomastoid is ________.
    • a. the clavicle
    • b. the sternum
    • c. the temporal bone
    • d. the clavicle andthe sternum

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insertions 200 question
Insertions: $200 Question
  • Which muscle inserts onto the olecranon process?
    • a. Biceps brachii
    • b. Triceps brachii
    • c. Latissimus dorsi
    • d. Pectoralis major

ANSWER

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insertions 200 answer
Insertions: $200 Answer
  • Which muscle inserts onto the olecranon process?
    • a. Biceps brachii
    • b. Triceps brachii
    • c. Latissimus dorsi
    • d. Pectoralis major

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insertions 300 question
Insertions: $300 Question
  • The tibial tuberosity is the insertion point of which muscle group?
  • a. Quadriceps femoris
  • b. Adductor group
  • c. Hamstrings
  • d. Triceps surae

ANSWER

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insertions 300 answer
Insertions:$300 Answer
  • The tibial tuberosity is the insertion point of which muscle group?
  • a. Quadriceps femoris
  • b. Adductor group
  • c. Hamstrings
  • d. Triceps surae

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insertions 400 question
Insertions: $400 Question
  • This muscle inserts on the calcaneous.
  • a. Biceps femoris
  • b. Tibialis anterior
  • c. Tibialis posterior
  • d. Gastrocnemius

ANSWER

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insertions 400 answer
Insertions: $400 Answer
  • This muscle inserts on the calcaneous.
  • a. Biceps femoris
  • b. Tibialis anterior
  • c. Tibialis posterior
  • d. Gastrocnemius

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insertions 500 question
Insertions:$500 Question
  • All of these muscles insert onto the humerus except the:
    • a. triceps brachii.
    • b. deltoid.
    • c. pectoralis major.
    • d. latissimus dorsi.

ANSWER

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insertions 500 answer
Insertions:$500 Answer
  • All of these muscles insert onto the humerus except the:
    • a. triceps brachii.
    • b. deltoid.
    • c. pectoralis major.
    • d. latissimus dorsi.

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action 100 question
Action:$100 Question
  • Which muscle is not part of the hamstring group?
    • a. Biceps femoris
    • b. Gracilis
    • c. Semimembranosus
    • d. Semitendinosus

ANSWER

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action 100 answer
Action:$100 Answer
  • Which muscle is not part of the hamstring group?
    • a. Biceps femoris
    • b. Gracilis
    • c. Semimembranosus
    • d. Semitendinosus

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action 200 question
Action: $200 Question
  • The prime mover in abduction of the arm is the __________.
    • a. triceps brachii
    • b. deltoid
    • c. biceps brachii
    • d. latissimus dorsi

ANSWER

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action 200 answer
Action:$200 Answer
  • The prime mover in abduction of the arm is the __________.
    • a. triceps brachii
    • b. deltoid
    • c. biceps brachii
    • d. latissimus dorsi

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action 300 question
Action: $300 Question
  • A muscle that allows us to shrug our shoulders is the __________.
  • a. latissimus dorsi
  • b. subclavius
  • c. trapezius
  • d. pectoralis major

ANSWER

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action 300 answer
Action:$300 Answer
  • A muscle that allows us to shrug our shoulders is the __________.
  • a. latissimus dorsi
  • b. subclavius
  • c. trapezius
  • d. pectoralis major

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action 400 question
Action: $400 Question
  • A muscle that is antagonistic to the pectoralis major would be the _________.
    • a. biceps brachii
    • b. pectoralis minor
    • c. latissimus dorsi
    • d. serratus anterior

ANSWER

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action 400 answer
Action: $400 Answer
  • A muscle that is antagonistic to the pectoralis major would be the _________.
    • a. biceps brachii
    • b. pectoralis minor
    • c. latissimus dorsi
    • d. serratus anterior

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action 500 question
Action: $500 Question
  • Which muscle is the prime mover for flexion of the arm?
    • a. Pectoralis major
    • b. Biceps brachii
    • c. Triceps brachii
    • d. Brachialis

ANSWER

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action 500 answer
Action: $500 Answer
  • Which muscle is the prime mover for flexion of the arm?
    • a. Pectoralis major
    • b. Biceps brachii
    • c. Triceps brachii
    • d. Brachialis

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final round question
FINAL ROUND Question
  • You have discovered a new muscle named the tibialis deltoideus. This muscle would most likely be:
    • a. a shoulder muscle.
    • b. a triangular muscle of the leg.
    • c. an abductor muscle of the thigh.
    • d. an abductor muscle of
    • the thigh.

ANSWER

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final round answer
FINAL ROUND Answer
  • You have discovered a new muscle named the tibialis deltoideus. This muscle would most likely be:
    • a. a shoulder muscle.
    • b. a triangular muscle of the leg.
    • c. an abductor muscle of the thigh.
    • d. an abductor muscle of the thigh.

BACK TO GAME