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The sagittal plane divides the body A. from the neck down. B. into left and right halves. C. between the upper and lower areas. D. from front to back.
The sagittal plane divides the body into left and right halves.
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When you sit with good posture, your spine should be A. leaning backward. B. very relaxed. C. stiffly erect. D. softly erect.
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