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1. Our model needed 3 bones to operate. Our model needed 2 muscles to also operate.
2. It was similar to the real muscles because it worked the same way a real muscle would work. It was different to a real muscle because it didn't look like one.
3. It wold affect the way of the model because then the two "bones" wouldn't hold together, they would just fall apart. If they were torn, they wouldn't hold together that well, and if they were overstretched, the model would be big and flimsy.
4. Ligaments are what holds two bones together so they won't fall apart. Tendons are tough tissue that attach to your body's muscles and it connects to your bones. Cartilage is in-between the bones. It is a soft material that keeps the bones from rubbing against each other.
5. It was fun because it was extremely creative. You had to think of what materials to use and how the model was going to move. It was also fun because you get to learn about the arm in your body and see how it is alike to the model.
6. It was challenging because sometimes, me and my partner didn't know different things (like tendons) and we had to search them up. It was also challenging because we had to get the model to move, which was hard.