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Quiz about Connect the Bones
Quiz about Connect the Bones

Connect the Bones Trivia Quiz


Can you match the bones on the right with the area of the body in which they're located?

A matching quiz by PDAZ. Estimated time: 3 mins.
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Author
PDAZ
Time
3 mins
Type
Match Quiz
Quiz #
389,141
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Easy
Avg Score
8 / 10
Plays
795
Awards
Top 20% Quiz
Last 3 plays: Guest 72 (5/10), Guest 172 (5/10), Chavs (8/10).
(a) Drag-and-drop from the right to the left, or (b) click on a right side answer box and then on a left side box to move it.
QuestionsChoices
1. Head  
  Patella
2. Ear  
  Sacrum
3. Neck  
  Zygomatic bones
4. Shoulder  
  Hyoid bone
5. Chest  
  Trapezium
6. Arm  
  Incus
7. Hand  
  Sternum
8. Spine  
  Clavicle
9. Leg  
  Ulna
10. Foot  
  Calcaneus





Select each answer

1. Head
2. Ear
3. Neck
4. Shoulder
5. Chest
6. Arm
7. Hand
8. Spine
9. Leg
10. Foot

Most Recent Scores
May 28 2024 : Guest 72: 5/10
May 15 2024 : Guest 172: 5/10
May 11 2024 : Chavs: 8/10
May 09 2024 : Guest 108: 10/10
May 06 2024 : Linda_Arizona: 8/10
Apr 06 2024 : Josechingon: 9/10
Apr 04 2024 : BarbaraMcI: 10/10
Apr 02 2024 : Guest 75: 7/10

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Head

Answer: Zygomatic bones

The zygomatic bones, also known as the malar bones, are the cheekbones, so humans normally have two of these. They are small, quadrangular-shaped, bones and they are located under and alongside the orbital cavities.
2. Ear

Answer: Incus

The incus, along with the malleus and stapes, make up the ossicles of the middle ear and are among the smallest bones in the human body. The incus is at the center, connecting the malleus and the stapes. It is shaped somewhat like an anvil, which is also its alternative name.
3. Neck

Answer: Hyoid bone

Also called the lingual or tongue bone, the hyoid bone is known for not being directly connected to any other bone; instead, it is attached by muscles or ligaments. It is an irregular, u-shaped, bone consisting of a body and two sets of horns.
4. Shoulder

Answer: Clavicle

The clavicles are long bones that are located on either side of the sternum, connecting to the shoulder blades (scapulas). Clavicles are the only horizontal long bones in the body, and they are one of the most frequently broken bones.
5. Chest

Answer: Sternum

Also called the breastbone, the sternum is a long bone located in the front of the rib cage. It is separate from the rib cage but connected to the first seven pairs of ribs via cartilage. It is a flat bone and is one of the largest and longest such bones in the body.
6. Arm

Answer: Ulna

The ulna is a long bone in the forearm that runs from the elbow to the wrist. It is longer and larger than the radius, the other long bone in the forearm, to which it runs parallel. It is located on the inside of the arm, near the little finger.
7. Hand

Answer: Trapezium

The trapezium is one of the four carpal bones in the distal row of the hand. It is a small, irregular-shaped, bone located at the lower side of the hand next to the thumb. It is a different bone from the trapezoid, which is located next to it.
8. Spine

Answer: Sacrum

The sacrum is the large, wedge-shaped bone at the bottom of the spine that fits into the back part of the pelvic cavity. It is created by the fusing of the five sacral vertebrae, S1-S5, which occurs during early adulthood. It is sexually dimorphic, with the female sacrum being smaller and wider than the male.
9. Leg

Answer: Patella

The patella, also known as the kneecap, is the triangular-shaped bone at the front of the knee joint. It is a sesamoid bone, held in place by muscle, which connects it to the tibia and the femur. It is the largest of the sesamoid bones in the body.
10. Foot

Answer: Calcaneus

The calcaneus, also known as the heel bone, is the largest bone in the foot. It is one of seven bones, called tarsals, that make up the hindfoot and midfoot. The calcaneus is an irregularly-shaped bone located below the three bones that make up the ankle joint (the talus, tibia and fibula).
Source: Author PDAZ

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