Which of the following describes the pathway that the nerve impulses travel while throwing a baseball

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  5. the answers of this question are:
    A. motor neuron-->spinal cord-->sensory neuron-->muscles
    B. sensory neuron-->spinal cord-->motor neuron-->muscles
    C. motor neuron-->brain-->sensory neuron-->muscles
    D. sensory neuron-->brain-->motor neuron-->muscles

    The answer is B. sensory neurons-->spinal cord-->motor neurons-->muscles
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