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Which of the following BEST describes the progression of electrical conductivity in an EKG with normal transition?

▸ V1 and V2 are mostly positive, V3 and V4 are isoelectric, and V5 and V6 are mostly negative.

V1 through V3 are isoelectric, V4 is mostly negative, and V5 and V6 are mostly positive.


▸ V1 through V3 are mostly negative, V3 through V5 are mostly positive, and V6 is isoelectric.

▸ V1 through V3 are mostly negative, V4 is isoelectric, and V5 and V6 are mostly positive.
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V1 through V3 are mostly negative, V4 is isoelectric, and V5 and V6 are mostly positive.
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