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Problem 17 Chapter 12.9

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Problem 17

P(at most two 3s)

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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...

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Chapter 12.9, Problem 17 is Solved
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Textbook: College Physics, Volume 1
Edition: 10
Author: Raymond A. Serway, Chris Vuille
ISBN: 9781285737034

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