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Please answer the following questions in detail. 1. List the 3 levels of Motor Control and address, if I were learning a new motor skill such as skiing, where would my motor response most likely originate from and why (in 3 or less sentences/5pts)? 2. Describe a synapse and the neuromuscular junction. How do they ultimately relate to a muscle contraction (4-5 sentences/5pts). 3. List and define the 3 types of muscle contractions (4-5 sentences/5pts).