Yes, everyone of us have brain. Even animals also have it. We usually use our brain in order to think and other kinds of uses.The Brain composed as a 3 Major Parts:
Cerebrum: is the largest part of the brain. It performs higher functions likeinterpreting touchvisionhearing,speechreasoningemotionslearningfine control of movementthink and imagineCerebellum: is located under the cerebrum. Its function is to coordinatemuscle movementsmaintain posturebalance
Brainstem: It controls or performs many automatic functions such as;breathingheart ratebody temperaturewake and sleep cyclesdigestionsneezingcoughingvomitingswallowing
So we must to take care of our brain or our head. We must to avoid from slipping off or falling objects and also slapping on the back of the head. It can might hit or hurt our head. Because it can affects to our brain. And remember, Brain controls our whole body. Once their is a malfunction in the part of the brain. It can affects to our body. And it might as a shame to other people that you have a stroke or a syndrome. Because you are different to other normal person.
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What is the largest part of the Brain?
1. a. Brain
2. a. True
3. b. cerebrum
4. d. cerebellum
5. c. logical
6. d. imaginative
7. a. 3 pounds (1.4 kilograms)
8. b. cerebrum
9.)A -cerebellum is very important part of the brain because it controls your balance
he biggest part of the brain is the cerebrum. The cerebrum is the thinking part of the brain and it controls your voluntary muscles — the ones that move when you want them to.
the largest part of the brain, the cerebrum has two hemispheres(or halves).the cerebrum controls the voluntary movement, speech, intelligence,memory, emotion ang sensory processing.
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The biggest part of the brain thoughts feelings and memories are started here in the cerebrum. The cerebrum fills up most of your skull. It is involved in remembering, problem solving, thinking, and feeling. It also controls movement.
The cerebellum sits at the back of your head, under the cerebrum. It controls coordination and balance.
The brain stem/medulla sits beneath your cerebrum in front of your cerebellum. It connects the brain to the spinal cord and controls automatic functions such as breathing, digestion, heart rate and blood pressure.