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Objective 3 Investigate the application of forces that act on objects, and the resulting motion. Calculate the mechanical advantage created by a lever. Engineer a device that.
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W6. 07d Energy Simple Advantage 1. The human forearm acts like a lever, with the muscle providing the input force and the load carried by the hand.
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W6. 07a Energy Simple Advantage -Solve Using Energy Methods- 1. For a particular pulley system, you pull down with 120 N worth of force in order.
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Key Concepts “I understand…” Design and Function Systems and Subsystems Transmission of Force and Motion Simple Machines Mechanical Advantage, Speed Ratios and Force.
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Part 1: Machines and Mechanical Advantage What is a machine A machine is. a device created by humans to do something. For example: A simple machine: a screwdriver A complex.
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DON’T HAVE TO KNOW THIS 2nd machine 1000 N 0. 05 m 1st; 3rd; 2nd; 1st Power Work Watt simple machines mechanical advantage.
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Investigation 1: Levers Part 1: lever – a simple machine that people use to gain a mechanical advantage, such as making work easier. lever.
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