Examine your graph and the data in Table 1 What conclusion can you draw about

Examine your graph and the data in table 1 what

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1.Examine your graph and the data in Table 1. What conclusion can you draw about the
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16 - 10 Human Physiology with Vernier LabQuest 16number of individual muscle fibers that are firing in the third 10sinterval compared with the first 10sinterval? 2.Examine data in Table 1. Is the change in maximum force occurring at a constant rate? 3.Examine data in Table 1. Use your knowledge of fast, slow, and intermediate skeletal muscle fibers to hypothesize which fibers are contracting in the first, third, and final 10s intervals.--- All three in first? Or just fast?4.By examining the last 10s of data in Table 1 & Table 2, what is the subject’s response to coaching? Discuss the possible involvement of the central nervous system, in addition to the muscle fibers. 5.Compare the slopes recorded in Table 3. Give a possible explanation for the difference, if any, in the muscle fatigue rate measured for continuous gripping versus repetitive gripping.--- We were not asked to record the slopes.
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