Acceleration The rate at which velocity changes (over
time). Acceleration is a vector quantity.
Units = distance / time2 (we use m / s2)
+ if directed to the right/up and if left/down
GRAVITY = an example of constant accelerat
Compare skeletal, smooth, and cardiac muscles as to their microscopic anatomy, location and
arrangement in body organs, and function in the body.
There are three different types of muscles in the body, which have different an
Explain the sliding filament mechanism of muscle contraction. Include the role of ATP,
describing what occurs under conditions of insufficient ATP.
Muscle contraction doesn't just happen, there's a whole process to i