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A 70-kg person walks at a steady pace of 5.0 km>h on a

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Problem 6.96

A 70-kg person walks at a steady pace of 5.0 km>h on a treadmill at a 5.0% grade. (That is, the vertical distance covered is 5.0% of the horizontal distance covered.) If we assume the metabolic power required is equal to that required for walking on a flat surface plus the rate of doing work for the vertical climb, how much power is required? (a) 300 W; (b) 315 W; (c) 350 W; (d) 370 W

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Block 4 lecture 3 - Somatosensation 1. Compare receptor potentials and action potentials Action potentials​ are all-or-non​ eceptor potentials​ can be graded and summed (why you can feel the differences between cool and cold and everything inbetween) 2. Compare the function of muscle spindle and golgi tendon organ receptors Muscle spindle​ - muscle receptor - monitors muscle length and rate of change - activated by stretch. Helps prevent muscle strain, pull, and tears. Golgi Tendon Organ​ - joint receptor - monitors muscle tension - located in tendon - detects increase muscle tension without a change in muscle length. 3. Compare somatosensation and proprioception Somatosensation - sense organs in the skin Proprioception - position sense of body in space (mus

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Textbook: University Physics with Modern Physics (1)
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Author: Hugh D. Young Roger A. Freedman
ISBN: 9780321973610

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