What Kind of Simple Machine Is a Seesaw?


A seesaw is a special type of simple machine that allows people to teeter back and forth around a pivot point. Classified as a lever fulcrum, this kind of simple machine uses weight to move objects up and down around a point. This is what allows the seesaw to move effortlessly as the weight is counterbalanced evenly.
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A pendulum.
The wheel and axle is a simple machine that has been essential for humans throughout recorded history. This tool consists of a rod - or axle - that is tightly fit into a round object
a inclined plane.
simple machines mean how work is being made easier. simple machines are pulleys levers lifts screws wedges wheels i might of covered all them or there might be one or two more.
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