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.
Q&A Related to "What Kind of Simple Machine Is a Seesaw?"
Structure of a Seesaw A seesaw is a board balanced on top of a pivot point called a fulcrum. The fulcrum can be as simple as a log or specially designed to contain a bearing for smooth
A seesaw is an example of a lever and fulcrum, which is a simple machine.
A lever.
Wheel an axel.
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