Answer Exercise 37 for two's complement expansions.
Kinesiology 1223: Anatomy and Physiology I Introduction This handout should serve as a guide to aid in the identification of models available during laboratory class. It should not be interpreted as the only material that the student will be tested. Where applicable, illustrations from the lab manual have been included. Students are also responsible for this material. Relevant figures: 2.1, 2.2, 2.4, 2.5, 2.6, 2.7, 8.1 Relevant tables: 2.1, 8.1, 8.2, 8.3 Directional Terms Tarsal Anatomical position Anterior/Posterior Ventral/Dorsal Bone Landmarks Superior/Inferior Process Medial/Lateral Tubercle Proximal/Distal Tuberosity Superficial/Deep Spine Condyle Regions of the Body Epicondyle Cranial Head Cervical Neck Acromial Crest Scapular Line Axillary Facet Pectoral Trochanter Brachial Ramus Carpal Foramen Thoracic Sinus Lumbar Meatus Sacral Fossa Coxal Notch Gluteal Groove Femoral Sulcus Patellar Fissure Popliteal Crural