What Is Effort Force?

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Effort force is a term in physics which refers to a force that moves a certain object over a determined distance, and is measured in pounds-force or in newtons.
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Other way to say effort force. Force = Kilograms * meters / (second squared) in other words mass times acceleration.
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1. Divide the object's weight by 9.8 to determine the minimal amount of upward effort force needed to counteract gravitational pull. 2. To determine the force needed to move an object
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In physics, a lever (from French lever, "to raise" cf. a levant) is a rigid
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effort force is the force applied to work. L=F*d where d is the distance.
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Effort force is a force used to move an object over distance. For example, moving a couch to the other side of the room or pushing a car to the gas station.
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