Describe the structural classification of joints. Give examples of each. Sitting as above, and with your feet flat on the floor,

a) The medial malleolus of your right fibula is directly facing your lateral malleolus of your left tibia

b) The head of your right fibula is articulating with the lateral condyle of your right femur

c) The head of your left radius is articulating with the medial condyle of your left humerus

d) your knee, hip, and elbow joints are in a flexed position

e) The distal end of the first metatarsal of your left foot is articulating with the proximal phalanx of the first digit of your left foot

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