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Stand with onearm and the sideof the one foot pressed against a wall. can you raise the other leg side ways?if not,than why?


Question asked by: ali shah

Asked on: 12 May 2008

Yes with one arm and one leg against the wall you can of course lift the other leg.

The legs are independent and can be raised independently of each other, what a strange question!

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Replied at: 25 Aug 2008
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