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When the door of the Chapel of the Mausoleum in Hamilton, Scotland, is slammed shut, the

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When the door of the Chapel of the Mausoleum in Hamilton, Scotland, is slammed shut, the last echo heard by someone standing just inside the door reportedly comes 15 s later. (a) If that echo were due to a single reflection off a wall opposite the door, how far from the door is the wall? (b) If, instead, the wall is 25.7 m away, how many reflections (back and forth) occur?

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Block 4 lecture 5 - Motor System 1. Compare the location and function of upper and lower motor neurons Upper motor neurons - neurons in cerebral cortex that innervate lower motor neurons in the spinal cord - DO NOT SYNAPSE ON MUSCLE synapse on lower motor neurons to instruct them Lower motor neurons - located in spinal cord (spinal nerves muscle of the body) and brain stem (cranial...

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