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First Class Lever?
In physics, a first class lever is a lever that has the fulcrum located between the applied force (effort) and the load...
What Is Radio Waves
Radio wave is a type of electromagnetic radiation that has a wavelength that is longer than that of infra-red light. It...
Advantages of Radio Waves?
Radio waves travel at the speed of light, which means that they can provide almost instantaneous communication. People...
Driving through a Red Light?
If you have been caught driving through a red light, you aren't by yourself. According to a survey by Farmers Insurance...
Loud and Soft Sounds?
What Is a Physicist
What Were Newtons Three Laws of Motion
Electromagnetism for Kids?
Advantages and Disadvantages of a Photocopier?
What Albert Einstein Invented
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Disadvantages of Radio Waves?
What Are Contact Forces
Mathias Schleiden Biography?
Examples of Mechanical Waves?
How to Design an Egg Drop Experiment?
Different Types of Forces?
Facts about Albert Einstein?
Uniformly Accelerated Motion?
Second Class Lever?
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Who Was Isaac
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Different Types of Electromagnetic Radiation?
What Does Wavelength Mean
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Make Disappearing Ink?
What School Did Robert Hooke Go to
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Examples of Newton's Second Law of Motion?
What Is a Wedge
Examples of Third Class Levers?
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What Is Physics
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