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Which of the following functions like a fulcrum in a lever?

A:tendons connecting a muscle to a bone at a joint.
B:ligaments connecting bones at a joint.
C:two muscles working as a pair to move a joint.
D: two bones meeting at a joint.

I think the answer is B. Thank you.

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