1922 Calculate, to four decimal places, the first ten terms of the sequence and use them to plot the graph of the sequence by hand. Does the sequence appear to have a limit? If so, calculate it. If not, explain why.

NervousSystem:TheFundamentalsPart2 4/10/1610:29PM RestingMembranePotential • Restingmembranepotentialliesataround-70mV • Differenceinelectricalchargeacrossthemembrane • Alwaysnegative • Insideofthecellismorenegativethatoutside RoleofIonChannelsInMembranePotential • Leakychannelsarealwaysopen • Gatedchannelsarenotalwaysopen • VoltageGatedchannelsonlyopeninresponsetoavoltagechange TwoFactorsContributetoRMP • Concentrationgradient:ionswillmovedowntheirconcentrationgradient • Electricalgradient:ionswillmovedowntheirelectricalgradient • Balancebetweenthetwoistheelectrochemicalgradient • IonConcentrationinRMP • Moresodiumontheoutsideandmorepotassiumontheinsideofthecell • RoleofPlasmaPermeabilityinRMP • Notpermeabletoproteinanions • VerylittleNa+ispermeable • MostlypermeabletoK+ions • K+andNa+contributemosttoRMP • WhathappenstodisruptRMP • Gradedpotentialswhichoccurindendritesandareincomingsignals(varyinstrength) • Actionpotentialsoccurinaxonsandareoutgoingsignals(allornothing) • ChangesinPolarity • Depolarization:membranepotentialismorepositive • Hyperpolarization:membranepotentialismorenegativethanresting • Repolarization:membranepotentialismorenegativeafterdepolarization • GradedPotentials • Shortandlocalized • Ma