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there are a total of 3 types of simple machines false
the forearm of the human body works like a third-class lever true
there are four types of classes of levers false
which factors determine whether a lever is a first class lever, second class lever, or third class lever the input forces, output forces and the fulcrum
what is a compound machine when two or more machines work together
how do you calculate efficiency of a compound machine divide
how can you use a wedge door stop, axe, and eating food
how can you use a lever your arm, your neck, and your foot
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roller skates wheel and axle
sailboat mast pulley
a lever pivot point fulcrum
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what happens to efficiency of the overall machine as more simple machines are added to it the efficiency decreases
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