Real World Simple Machines. By Professor D.M. Isaacson I. Lever. rigid object and a fulcrum (or pivot) Applying a force to one end of the rigid object causes it to pivot about the fulcrum. Magnifies of the force at another point along the rigid object. .
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Professor D.M. Isaacson I
Here the crane operator uses the levers of the machine to operate the much larger arm,
In the coreless impact drill, a ‘large’ gear is driven which rotates the axle-in this case, the chuck
Because the ladder is a shorter distance, it is more difficult to climb, compare to a stairway with a much longer distance, much easier to climb.
The splitting maul uses the basic concept of the wedge to split firewood much more easily than with a smaller axe.
The blades of the ice auger cut, as the auger portion draws the whole tool down into the ice.
The old-fashioned version of the wire stretcher utilized twp pulleys and a length of rope to greatly reduce the work involved with tightening a wire fence.