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There are two different post-synaptic neurons, and each one receives input from 10 pre-synaptic neurons (a different 10 between the two situations). In both cases, some of the pre-synaptic neurons release excitatory neurotransmitters, and some release inhibitory neurotransmitters. However, in spite of these similarities, the first post-synaptic neuron has a low rate of firing action potentials, and the second post-synaptic neuron has a high rate of firing action potentials. Describe 3 details that might differ between the two situations, which could help explain why the second post-synaptic neuron fires more action potentials than the first.

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Go for the best post-symptomatic synapses possible.

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