On the lower end of fibula, you have an out growth. You hold it
between your thumb and index finger. Whether you can hold it with
your right or left hand indicates the side of the fibula.
(top left) (top right) (bottom left) (bottom right)
A translation of a figure is when a figure changes it's position, And can be in the direction of up, down, left, right, and maybe diagonal.
Down, right, up, left, left, down, right, down, left, down, left, up, left, down, right, right. It took me forever to figure that one out too so I hope I helped!
Down, left corner to right corner, down, right corner to left corner.
well there are 689 people in the world that are left handed,but i am trying to figure out the right handed one right now.
The fibula is not distal to the fibula. They are both at the same level. The fibula is lateral to the tibia.
you mean defog? you gotta go to soleacean ruins and figure out the unknown writing. here it is: top right lower left top right top left top left lower left
press the switch on the right, right, left, right, left and it should open. you can use the multisensor to figure out which frog is metal or lapis lazuli (which is stone)
the femur is the thighbone & there is only 1 per thigh. the lower leg has 2 bones: the tibia & the fibula. answer your looking for is right or left depending on the view of the femur.
The fibula is not proximal to the tibia. The fibula is lateral to the tibia.
You go to seafoam island from the right side not the left, you can figure out the rest from there
It is impossible to tell since there is no accompanying figure!
Drag the stylus. Start at the top-left corner of the screen, then to the top-right, the bottom-left, the bottom-right, then back where you started.
These joints are slightly moveable joints. They include the area between the tibia and fibula (ligamentous connection) and between right and left hip bones of the pelvis (connection by a pad of fibrous cartilage).
The fibula is lateral to the tibia. The fibula is the smaller of the lower leg bones.