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Work and Machines

comparison of a machine’s work output with work input efficiency
product of the force applied on an object through the distance which the object is moved work
machine with a bar that pivots on a fixed point lever
device that makes work easier by changing the size or direction of a force simple machine
machine with two circular devices of different sizes that rotate together wheel and axle
machine made of two or more simple machines compound machine
the rate at which work is done or energy is transformed power
number of times a machine multiplies effort force mechanical advantage
machine with a wheel that holds a cable or rope pulley
machine that is a slanted surface inclined plane
unit for work and energy joule
unit for power watt
machine that is a moving slanted surface wedge
machine that is a slanted surface wrapped around a post screw
pivot point on a lever fulcrum
Created by: rdmonaghan