# Does a cat have 32 muscles in each ear?

yes it does it has 32 in one and 32 in the other one so just in one cat there are 64 ear muscles

### How many muscles does a cat have in each ear?

32 Thirty-two individual muscles in each ear allow for a manner of directional hearing: a cat can move each ear independently of the other. Because of this mobility, a cat can move its body in one direction and point its ears in another direction. Most cats have straight ears pointing upward. Unlike dogs, flap-eared breeds are extremely rare. (Scottish Folds are one such exceptional genetic mutation.) When angry or frightened, a cat will lay back…

### How many muscles are in a cheetahs body?

Cat are cats. They all have the same number but the size of the cat causes the muscles to be larger. The cat has 517 skeletal muscles (humans have 650). 32 of these are for moving and using the ears. Cats can make more than 100 vocal sounds. And if you have a pet cat: Acetaminophen (also known as Tylenol) is one of the most toxic drug that they can get into.

### Why do cats ears move?

A cat can pivot their ears 180 degrees to hear. Their hearing is far better than humans and even better than dogs. A cat's ear has 32 muscles and each ear can move independently of the other. They also use their ears to communicate. If a cats ears are flattened, he is feeling threatened. If they are flickering in multiple directions, there's probably a lot of sounds and he's trying to figure out what they…

### How do you simplify -32-4x?

-32-4x= Step 1:-32 to the right by adding 32 to each side. -32+32-4x=32 -4x=32 Step 2: An unknown factor can never be a negative. So you have to invert the equation. -4x=32 becomes 4x=-32 Step 3: The unknown factor not only has to be a positive but also should be alone. so divided each side by 4. 4x/4=-32/4 Answer: x=-4 (negative 4)

### What is the value of the US G stamp?

There were 4 G Stamps issues. G 20 cents - Pre-sorted 1st Class G 25 cents - Postcard Rate G 32 cents - First Class US destinations only G 3 cents- Make up rate (to add to a 29 cent stamp, the previous rate) The above values are face values. Here are the actual catalog values for each issue: Scott Cat # 2877 (1994), G - 3 c: New 20 cents Used 20 cents Scott…

### How do you solve 4x equals 12x plus 32?

OK, SO 4x = 12x + 32. SO 4x -12x-12x-12x+32 (subtract 12x from each side to get x on one side) SO -8x = 32 (simplify) SO -1 (-8x) = 32 (-1) (multiply each side by -1) SO 8x -32 (simplify) SO 8x / 8 = -32/8 (divide each side by eight (8) to get ""X"" by itself) SO x= -4 SO x = -4. Does that help? Hope that helps!