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Human Skeletal System Quiz 1


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{ "questionDesription":"Human Skeletal System Quiz 1", "questions":[{ "ques": "What is the difference between cartilage and bone?", "answers": [{ "opt": "Cartilage is strong, but bone is weak","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Cartilage and bones are equally strong","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Cartilage is rubbery, but bone is firm","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "Cartilage is firm, but bone is rubbery","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/human-skeleton.jpg" }, { "ques": "What is filled in the hollow space of bones?", "answers": [{ "opt": "Bone marrow","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "Air","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Water","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Blood","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/human-skeleton.jpg" }, { "ques": "What is a 'joint'?", "answers": [{ "opt": "A place where two cartilages are joined","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "A place where two bones are joined","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "A place where two tendons are joined","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "A place where two ligaments are joined","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/human-skeleton.jpg" }, { "ques": "What is NOT a function of the human skeleton?", "answers": [{ "opt": "It provides shape and support to the body","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "It protects the internal organs and helps us to move","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "It removes waste from the body","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "Bones help producing blood cells","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/human-skeleton.jpg" }, { "ques": "Another name for wrist bone is ...............", "answers": [{ "opt": "Phalanges","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Metacarpals","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Tarsals","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Carpals","selected": "false", "ans": "true" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/hand-bone-structure.jpg" }, { "ques": "Which of these joints are found in the elbow?", "answers": [{ "opt": "Ligaments","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Hinge","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "Ball and socket","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Pivot","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/humerus-ulna-radius.jpg" }, { "ques": "Which of these joints are found in the hip?", "answers": [{ "opt": "Ligaments","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Hinge","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Ball and socket","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "Pivot","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/hipbone.jpg" }, { "ques": "Which of these joints are found in the shoulder?", "answers": [{ "opt": "Ligaments","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Hinge","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Ball and socket","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "Pivot","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/shoulder-blades.jpg" }, { "ques": "What is ‘mandible’?", "answers": [{ "opt": "Jaw bone","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "The skull","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Facial bones","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "The spine","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/skull-label.jpg" }, { "ques": "Another name for ankle bone is ...............", "answers": [{ "opt": "Phalanges","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Metatarsals","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Tarsals","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "Carpals","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/foot-bone-structure.jpg" } ]}