What is an inclined plane?


An inclined plane is a simple machine. It has a surface that is slanting. It is said to form a horizontal plane that forms any kind of angle except for the right angle. A slide in the kid's play ground is an example of an inclined plane. You can find more information here: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/inclined+plane
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n. A plane set at an angle to the horizontal, especially a simple machine used to raise or lower a load by rolling or sliding.
Incline Planes are big and more difficult to construct than other
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inclined plane
one of the simple machines, a plane surface inclined to the horizon, or forming with a horizontal plane any angle but a right angle.
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