This question asked me to identify the type of section represented in each image of the brain. All right, let's look at the first one. OK. So this looks like a slice of the brain where I'm looking down at it from the top. So it has a round shape there and it looks like the top of the head has been sliced down. And I'm just looking straight down on it now because I've said top, you're looking at it from the top. I said top starts with T and so does transverse, this looks like a transverse section. And we said that transverse sections will usually be nice and round because that's kind of the shape of the body if you're looking at it from the top. OK. Our next one here, you can see the round top of the head and then it comes down sort of straight on each side and I can kind of see the eye sockets right there with the brain in the middle. Now, this looks like I am looking at it from the front. Uh If I'm looking at it from the front, that's a frontal section. And then finally, we have the, the head here. It looks like I'm looking at it kind of in profile. We have the nice round shape of the head. This looks like the front where the nose would be. And so because I'm looking at it in profile, I'm looking at it from the side. So that is going to be a sagittal, a sagittal section now because I'm looking at it from the side, we can add to this. I don't see the eyes here, right? So it looks like it's down through the middle between the eyes. And I'm confident of that too because of some of the structures in the brain because I, I know my anatomy of the brain. For example, I can see the corpus callosum here. So that tells me that this looks like it's right through the middle of the head, the midline of the body. And so I'm gonna put my prefix on this. This one is a mid cut. OK. We've identified our sections. Let's try some practice problems below.