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Then let the leg 184 be radius, and set the index on the angle 32 deg. it is seen that the other leg 115 is the tangent of which strains the ACL. Hamstrings muscle action reduces ACL strain because these muscles pass posterior to the knee and insert on the back of the tibia. Thus, the hamstrings can protect the ACL by creating a backward pull on the tibia, thereby decreasing.the force transmitted to the ligament (see “In Focus: How Can Hamstrings Muscle Contractions Protect the ACL From Injury?”). Consider figure 10.4, which is a freebody diagram showing all the forces that typically act on the leg Rule—Set the index so that on it the hyp. shall meet two numbers'equal to the given sumoi' the legs— those numbers will be the legs, and the index will be on one of the acute angles. , Exam le.—Of a rightangled plane triangle the hyp. is 50 andithe sum of the legs is 70; required each leg and the angles. Here the hy . 50,'on the index will meet 40 and 30 the legs, and tli index will be on 37 deg. one of the acute angles—hence the othér is 53 deg.' 219. Given one of the legs,.and the Walk: analysis of the oscillation of the lower leg in the walk; Diagram from a geometric chronophotograph IIH7.6, 1884. (For run see negative 192): C19, D7, £32, F1r Mpr 19 Human locomotion. Walk: kinematic analysis of the movement of the first step of the walk. Diagram from a geometric chronophotograph, 1884: C2o, D14, £33: Tpr 9820. 0002.017 20 Human locomotion. Fast run: kinematic analysis of the leg. Diagram from a geometric chronophotograph, 1884: A25, £37, G16: Tpr The dot diagram below shows the scores of some bowlers during a trial run. • • • H 1 h H h 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 (a) Find the number of bowlers represented in the diagram. (b) State the highest and lowest score for the trial run. (c) Describe briefly.the distribution of the scores. 2. The dot diagram below shows the number of CDs bought by some students in the previous year. (a) Find the number of students represented in the diagram. (b) State the least number of CDs bought by the students.After the pushoff, skate a curve on both legs back into the basic position. The exercise is done by using the knees, and without having to put a lot of energy into it (see Diagram 26). The most common mistake is to do too rapid and too short a curve, one after the other, and to bend the legs incorrectly (vertical movement of the center of balance of the body). Pushoff with the left leg Pushoff with the right leg Diagram 26 The next exercise is doing the snake shape parallel, which is done The.desiderata in a fore leg are (1) a broad flat bone, combined with a welldeveloped and stronglooking knee, and (2) a pastern neither too long nor too short. The whole limb should, in fact, be in harmony with the body, perfect in shape and in position. The feet must, of course, be well shaped and sound. The readiest and best way of imparting information on this subject to the general reader will be by means of diagrams, as in the case of the hock and hind legs. Plate 54. — Diagram 3. CINCINNATI, to take up this matter of furnishing tools of. tional hundredths by going to the left of the A: division the required number of graduations. In other words, we simply set one leg of the dividers to the second eleventhousandth line,.or line 2 on the diagram, and the other leg to the left of line .1. as many graduations as are indicated by the remainder after the subtraction is performed. Similarly, suppose we wish to set to 1.437 inches. By inspection of the figures B 1 833 85') 8'7 (Diagram 24) 4) The Hips Lift your right leg until your thigh is parallel to the ground. Now rotate your hip in a circle. Repeat with the left leg. (Diagram 25) 5) The Knees Stand with your feet together and place your hands on your knees. Bend your knees and rotate your legs first to the left and then to the right. (Diagram 26) 6) The Ankles Lift your right leg until your thigh is parallel with the ground. Rotate your right foot in a circle. Now repeat with the left foot..(Diagram 27) Diagrams 19, 20, Thus in each of the four individual diagrams in Figure 7.4, the lefthand legs represent the agent, and the righthand legs represent the object system. The diagram at the top left represents what we think of as ordinary "forward" causation, in which the effects of the agent's intervention (represented as the thick shaded arrow) show up on the paths of the agent and the object system after the interaction; that is, on the two future legs of the diagram. Advanced action is represented by the