How Many Bones Are in the Human Arm?

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In the human arm, there are thirty two bones. Some of these bones are named the lunate, the scaphoid, and the clavicle. Also, the humerus is in the human arm.
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There are a total of 32 bones in the human arm. This includes 14 phalanges, the lunate, radius, ulna and trapezium. There is also the scapula and clavicle.
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