Class 1: Fulcrum in the middle: the effort is applied on one ... for example, a
seesaw, a crowbar or a pair of scissors.
Many of our basic tools use levers, including scissors (2 class 1 levers), pliers (2
... Examples of common tools (and other items) that use a type 1 lever include: ...
Nov 20, 2014 ... This is the most typical lever configuration. Class 1 lever. Examples of class 1
levers include: Teeter-totter; Oars on a boat; Catapult; Shoehorn ...
Nov 20, 2014 ... Note that the length of the effort arm can be greater than, equal to or less than the
length of the load arm in a class 1 lever. Examples of class 1 ...
A class 1 lever has the load and the effort on opposite sides of the fulcrum, like a
seesaw. Examples of a class-one lever are a pair of pliers and a crowbar.
A lever is one of the simplest mechanical devices. ... Another example of a third-
class lever is the human forearm: the fulcrum is the elbow, the effort is applied by
Page 1 ... Third Class Lever. Load or ... An example of how an Inclined Plane can
be used to raise a mass to activate another simple machine. Inclined Plane.
A second-class lever is a stick where the fulcrum is at one end of the stick, you ...
Some common examples are a broom, a hoe, a fishing rod, a baseball bat, and ...
Levers are used to lift heavy weights with the least amount of effort. In the
example opposite, the heavy weight on the left hand side is been lifted by the
The first class lever is one of three classes of levers and is one possible ...
Seesaws and crowbars are non-anatomical examples of first class lever systems.