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Both arms and legs are part of the appendicular skeleton.

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the axial skeleton is your head and torso the appendicular skeleton is your arms and legs


No, they are not. The arms and legs are part of the appendicular skeleton.



The neck is part of the axial skeleton. The appendicular skeleton includes the bones of your arms and legs.


No its not, it is part of the appendicular skeletonNo, it is part of the appendicular skeleton



The Femur is part of the appendicular skeleton, not the axial.


Carpals are NOT part of the axial skeleton. The axial skeleton includes the head and trunk. Carpals would be part of the appendicular skeleton which consists of your appendages (arms and legs from the shoulder and hip joints out).


Tarsals are NOT part of the axial skeleton. The axial skeleton includes the head and trunk. Tarsals would be part of the appendicular skeleton which consists of your appendages (arms and legs from the shoulder and hip joints out).


No, they are part of the appendicular skeleton.


No. It is part of the appendicular skeleton.


no.it's part of the axial skeleton.


No, it's part of the appendicular skeleton.


No, the vertebrae are part of the axial skeleton.


No, the tibia is part of the appendicular skeleton


No, the carpals are part of the appendicular skeleton.


Nope, it's part of the appendicular skeleton.


No. The femur is part of your appendicular skeleton. Your axial skeleton consists of your skull, spinal vertebrae, ribs and sternum.


The axial skeleton is the central part of the skeleton, without the limbs. It's made up of the skull, spinal column, breastbone, and ribs. The rest of the bones make up the appendicular skeleton. Together, the axial and appendicular skeleton make up the human skeleton.


The axial skeleton is composed of the skull, the spinal column, and the pelvis. All other bones are part of the appendicular skeleton.


No, it does not. The axial skeleton contains the bones arranged in a longitundinal axis, i.e. the cranium, hyoid, auditory ossicles, vertebral column and thoracic cage. The arms are part of the appendicular skeleton


The spinal column is part of the axial skeleton. (The appendicular skeleton is made up of the bones of the appendages. These would include all of the arm and hand bones, and leg and foot bones.)


No, they are not. They are part of the appendicular skeletal system.


there are two portions to the skeleton: the appendicular skeleton-which includes the arms, legs, and pelvic girdle- and the axial skeleton- which includes the skull, thoracic cage, vertebral column, and sacrum. so the answer to your question is the axial skeleton.


No. The shoulder and arm is part of the appendicular skeleton, whereas the trunk is formed around the axial skeleton.



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