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Why is the resting membrane potential the same value in both the sensory neuron and the interneuron?

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Why is the resting membrane potential the same value in both the sensory neuron and the interneuron?

Any help is much appreciated!

The resting membrane potential is the same value because this is the typical resting membrane potential regardless of the type of neuron.
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