# Science HW Check

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D. Name the joint shown in each picture

1. Elmbow

2. wrist

3. shoulder

4. neck vertebras
what is the joint in your neck vertebrae called??????????

can you check to see if im correct

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please check my post i need to know if they are correct

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I'm not a biologist but this may help?
For the neck you may be looking for thoracic vertebrae
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_skeleton

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spinal cord?

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