The shoulders and the hips.
There are two places where ball and socket joints are found.
The "Ball-And-Socket" joint is found in the hip.
The ball and socket joint is the most maneuverable of joints and it allows movement in forward, backward and circular motions.
Explanation: The ball and socket joint can be seen in the hip. It is located where femur(thigh bone) meets the pelvic bone.
The ball and socket joint is a type of synovial joint in which one bone looks exactly as a ball and another bone bone looks exactly like socket or cavity in which the first bone will fit.
This helps in the movement of the bone in all the directions. So, as we know the hip moves in every direction it has ball and socket joint.
The correct answer is - hip joint and the shoulder joint.
The ball and socket joint is a synovial joint that has two-part first is a bone with round surface end and the other is a cup shape bone. The round end of other bone attaches to cup like groove so it can move, the cup-like part called socket and round end is called the ball and such joint termed as Ball and socket joint.
The hip bone has a socket region called acetabulum in the pelvis region and the ball region is femur or the thigh bone.
Thus, the correct answer is - hip joint and the shoulder joint.
The hip is a ball and socket joint.