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Different Lever Types In The Human Body

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 Front Back Define Mechanical Advantage The ratio of output force to input force. Mechanical Advantage Equation MA=L(e)/L(r)   Mechanical Advantage=length of the effort arm/length of resistance arm 1st Class Lever RFE-Resistance, Fulcrum, EffortExample: Atlanto-Occipital Joint of Neck 2nd Class Lever FRE-Fulcrum, Resistance, EffortExample: Mandible 3rd Class Lever REF-Resistance, Effort, FulcrumExample: The forearm, when you flex your arm
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