What happens when a neuron’s membrane depolarizes? the k+ equilibrium potential becomes more positive. the neuron becom

What happens when a neuron’s membrane depolarizes? the k+ equilibrium potential becomes more positive. the neuron becomes less likely to generate an action potential. the inside of the cell becomes more negative relative to the outside. there is a net diffusion of na+ out of the cell. the magnitude of the membrane voltage is reduced?

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