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anonymous

  • one year ago

I know this is the math section... but could somebody explain how the muscular and skeletal system work together

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  1. anonymous
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    you just posted the exact same question

  2. anonymous
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    no they are different @Icedragon50

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    use google

  4. anonymous
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    The skeleton is a frame. The muscles are attached to the frame by tendons. We flex out muscles and it moves our frame. Each part of the body that moves is controlled by the muscle above it. For example: when you flex your fingers it is controlled by the muscles in your hands, your hands are controlled by the muscles in your forearms, you forearms are controlled by the muscles in your upper arms and so on.

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