# What Class Lever Is a Stapler?

## Answer

A lever consists of a fulcrum, applied force, and load. A stapler is considered a Class 3 lever. It has the effort between the load and fulcrum. The effort and load are in the same direction. The length of the load arm goes as far as the fulcrum and is always greater than the length of the effort arm in a Class 3 lever.
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 It is not. A stapler is a third class lever. Simply because the the effort is in the middle. The fulcrum is the screw that allows it to move, the resistance is the staple wire that http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Why_staplers_are_second_...
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