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The sagittal plane divides the body A. from front to back. B. from the neck down. C. between the upper and lower areas. D. into left and right halves.
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User: The sagittal plane divides the body A. from front to back. B. from the neck down. C. between the upper and lower areas. D. into left and right halves.

Weegy: A mid-sagittal plane divides the body and brain into left and right halves; sagittal ... from rostral (front) to caudal (back ... [ sense, and not to the neck and body ... ]


User: how does The sagittal plane divides the body A. from front to back. B. from the neck down. C. between the upper and lower areas. D. into left and right halves.

Weegy: A mid-sagittal plane divides the body and brain into left and right halves; sagittal ... from rostral (front) to caudal (back ... [ sense, and not to the neck and body ... ]


User: Which one of the following types of tissue covers and separates skeletal muscles, providing shape and aiding in function? A. Tendons B. Fascia C. Periosteum D. Ligaments

Weegy: A. Tendons
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