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Basic Human Anatomy (Part Two)

written by: DieZel
 
The human anatomy is a complex system made up of organs, bones, muscles and much more that keep us alive. Take this quiz and learn some unusual facts about your body.

Question 1:


How many different types of bones are there, in terms of their shape?
54
17
4
10

Question 2:


In an average adult, the total area of this organ is about 19.4 sq feet (1.8 sq meters). It is involved in maintaining proper body temperature and gathers information from the environment.
Skin
Liver
Heart
Brain

Question 3:


If you ride horses frequently, new bones will be formed in your body.
False
True

Question 4:


What is the strongest bone in your face?
The Mandible (lower jaw)
The Frontal Bone
The Maxillae (upper jaw)
The Nasal Bones

Question 5:


How much does the brain of an average human weigh?
2.20lbs (1.0kg)
4.60lbs (2.1kg)
3.30lbs (1.5kg)
6.90lbs (3.15kg)

Question 6:


The slowest nerve impulse travels at 2mph (3.2km/h), the fastest travels at this speed.
450mph (720kmh)
125 mph (180kmh)
900mph (1450kmh)
225 mph (360 kmh)

Question 7:


The resonant frequency of the vocal cords of an average male is about 125Hz. What about the average female?
about 110Hz
about 210Hz
about 310Hz
about 510Hz

Question 8:


The stomach is positioned on the right side of the abdominal cavity.
True
False

Question 9:


At birth, this is considered to be the strongest muscle in the human body.
The calf muscle
The triceps
The biceps
The tongue

Question 10:


This is the largest muscle in the body of an average adult.
Flexor Pollicis Longus
Gluteus Maximus
Peroneus Tertius
Serratus Posterior Superior

 


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