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what are the 2 types of synovial joint?

hinge, ball and socket

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What is a joint?
A place where 2 or more bone meet
What are the 6 main functions of the skeleton?
Movement, support, blood cell production, mineral storage, protection, posture
What is a synovial joint?
A freely moveable joint in which the bone surfaces are covered in articular cartilage and connected by a fibrous connective tissue
What 3 bone groups are in the hand and wrist?
Carpals, metacarpals and phalanges