Problem: A ball-and-socket joint: A) has fewer muscles controlling it than a hinge joint. B) has a greater range of motion than a hinge joint C) is less likely to become dislocated than a hinge joint D) All of these choices are correct

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A ball-and-socket joint: 

A) has fewer muscles controlling it than a hinge joint. 

B) has a greater range of motion than a hinge joint 

C) is less likely to become dislocated than a hinge joint 

D) All of these choices are correct

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