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Synovial or freely moveable joints:
Ball and socket joint
Fixed joints are when there is little or no movement at all with in the joint, an example of this would be the skull and pelvis as there is no movement or there is very little movement within this joint.
Pivot joints are one or more bone rotates in a ring of another bone that does not move for example the neck and forearm.
Ball and socket joints are a rounded end that slots in another bone the joints that are example of these are the hips and shoulders.
Hinge joint is a joint that has a back and forth movement for example elbows, knees, fingers, and the jaw.
Gliding joints are bones that slide over each other with in the movement some examples are the spine, ankles and wrists this is because the bones over lap each other when movement is happening.
Joints: where bones meet
Radius: helps the arm twist