Is a Door Hinge a Simple Machine?

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A hinge is a simple machine because it has the simplest mechanism necessary for changing the direction of force using a mechanical advantage. There are six types of simple machines: the pulley, the wheel and axle, the wedge, the screw, the inclined plane and the lever. A door hinge is a simple lever and is, therefore, an example of a simple machine.
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A Lever.
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There are six types of simple machines: Inclined plane, Wedge ,Screw,
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The knob itself is a wheel and axle. The internal mechanism includes a lever and a latch.
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Peel back the door seal on the hinge side. You can then get your hand behind the bracket to stop it falling. Once the hinge is secured you can simply replace the seal.
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