This example again, wants us to mark up a body using those directional terms that we just learned. So let's give a look. It says to put an asterisk immediately proximal to the right ankle. All right, take a second and see if you can figure out where that goes. All right. The first thing I wanna do, I'll remember which way this body is facing. So I'm gonna give it a little smiley face and then I'm gonna remind myself of my left and my right sides because that can confuse me sometimes. Now, immediately proximal proxy means closer to the body, closer to the attachment point. So I'm gonna put that asterisk just above the right ankle, sort of right on the shin here. All right, let's look at the next one, an o distal, the right shoulder, but proximal to the elbow, right. Take a second to look at that. OK. So distal to the right shoulder, but proximal to the el elbow, distal means farther down the arm, proximal means closer up the arm. So farther away from the shoulder, but closer to the elbow. That means that on the right side, I'm gonna put this O right up here on the upper arm. All right. Next, it says the most proximal place on the left arm. Take a second. All right, the most proximal place is as close as you can possibly get to the attachment point of the body. So it's gonna be right up by the shoulder. I'm gonna put a plus sign right up there. Finally, we have an X immediately distal to the left knee. Take a second. All right, distal to the knee. Distal means farther down the limb away from the attachment point. So I'm gonna put a mark just under the knee sort of at the top of the shin. I'm gonna put an X right here on the left side and there you have it. I think we did it.