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In a single sodium-potassium pump cycle, ATP is used up with the result that
a. 3 sodium ions leave and 2 potassium ions enter
b. 1 sodium ion enters and 1 potassium ion leaves
c. 1 sodium ion leaves and 1 potassium ion enters
d. 3 sodium ions enter and 2 potassium ions leave
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