Sukhmeet K.

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Frog's Muscle Response

It has been observed that if a frog’s sartorius muscle is subject to P grams of pressure, then muscle’s response velocity is v cm/s, where v = (k/(P + a)) -b

The constant values are k = 87.9105, a = 14.35 and b = 1.03.

It is a fact that a muscle which is moving with velocity v (cm/s) against a pressure of P (grams) is generating Q milliwatts of power, where Q = vP/10.1972:

The maximum power that can be generated by a frog’s sartorius muscle occurs when v = 1.482 cm/s. Find the

maximum power, Qmax (in milliwatts), that can be generated by a frog’s sartorius muscle.

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