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The part of the ear that sends coded nerve signals to the brain is the outer ear. the inner ear. the middle ear.
The part of the ear that sends coded nerve signals to the brain is the INNER EAR.
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The part of the ear that sends coded nerve signals to the brain is the INNER EAR.
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