Examples of Third Class Levers?

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A third class lever is a type of lever which has the effort between the load and the fulcrum. A lever is built from a beam that is attached to the ground by a hinge and works by amplifying an input force to produce a strong output force.
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Answer In a third class lever the input force is located between the output force and the fulcrum.
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In all Third class levers the Effort is between the Resistance and
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The three classes of levers are simply labeled first, second, and third class. A first class lever would be a seesaw, while a second class would be a bottle opener. A third class
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The 2nd class lever is a force multiplier where the load lies between the fulcrum and effort. Examples are a stapler, hole puncher, wheelbarrow, and a nutcracker.
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A third class lever is one where force is applied in between the fulcrum and the load being moved. One example of a third class lever is the human arm.
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