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To Ms. Sue - Laruen, Sunday, April 22, 2012 at 6:05pm
The radial artery is found close to the inside part of your wrist near your thumb.



To Ms. Sue - Ms. Sue, Sunday, April 22, 2012 at 6:11pm
Right!!



To Ms. Sue - Laruen, Sunday, April 22, 2012 at 6:12pm
ok then that's my answer

thanks

BUT --- i still need help with:

b. A man has a blood clot in his Femoral artery. Where is the clot?

AND

E. How is the structure of a bone related to its function?
Use one example in your answer



To Ms. Sue - Ms. Sue, Sunday, April 22, 2012 at 6:16pm
Laruen -- Please read the first sentence in the Wikipedia article for the location of the femoral artery.

Our legs have strong and sturdy bones to support our weight.



To Ms. Sue - Laruen, Sunday, April 22, 2012 at 6:22pm
The femoral artery is a general term comprising a few large arteries in the thigh.

so it's in our thigh

btw - Our legs have strong and sturdy bones to support our weight. (is that's the answer for letter E?)

  • To Ms. Sue (PLEASE read!) - ,

    please reply what i post (To Ms. Sue - Laruen, Sunday, April 22, 2012 at 6:22pm)

    because you didn't reply it

  • To Ms. Sue (PLEASE read!) - ,

    Yes. Your answers are right.

  • To Ms. Sue (PLEASE read!) - ,

    E. How is the structure of a bone related to its function?
    Use one example in your answer

    Our legs have strong and sturdy bones to support our weight

    ***** that was an example i have to explain how is the structure of a bine related to its function

    also

    A man has a blood clot in his Femoral artery. Where is the clot?

    The femoral artery is a general term comprising a few large arteries in the thigh.

    so the clot is in our thigh

  • To Ms. Sue (PLEASE read!) - ,

    A bone is stronger and denser for weight-bearing purposes.

  • To Ms. Sue (PLEASE read!) - ,

    ok

    thanks

    but --- you still didn't answer my other question so the clot is in our thigh?

  • To Ms. Sue (PLEASE read!) - ,

    Yes.

  • To Ms. Sue (PLEASE read!) - ,

    ok
    thank you ms. sue! :)

  • To Ms. Sue (PLEASE read!) - ,

    You're welcome, Laruen.

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