# Levers And Pulleys 2-5-12

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Class 1- Lever:
• A.

A lever in which fulcrum is between the load ad effort

• B.

A lever in which the load is between the filcrum and effort

• C.

A ratio of the load or resistance to the effort of force.

• D.

Two or more pulleys working together.

• 2.
Class 2- Lever:
• A.

A lever in which the load is between the filcrum and effort.

• B.

A lever in which fulcrum is between the load ad effort

• C.

A ratio of the load or resistance to the effort of force.

• D.

Two or more pulleys working together.

• 3.
Lever:
• A.

A lever in which fulcrum is between the load ad effort

• B.

A beam, free to pivot around a point used to move a load.

• C.

A ratio of the load or resistance to the effort of force.

• D.

Two or more pulleys working together.

• 4.
Lever Arm:
• A.

A lever in which fulcrum is between the load ad effort

• B.

A beam, free to pivot a point.

• C.

A Machine that is designed using a number of simple machines, oftem run by a motor.

• D.

Two or more pulleys working together.

• 5.
Complex Machine:
• A.

A Machine that is designed using a number of simple machines, oftem run by a motor.

• B.

A lever in which fulcrum is between the load ad effort

• C.

Another name for a "Pulley Sytem".

• D.

The metric unit used to measune force.

• 6.
Class 3 - Lever:
• A.

A lever in which the effort is between the fulcrum and load.

• B.

A lever in which fulcrum is between the load ad effort

• C.

A pulley in which the effort is between the fulcrum and load.

• D.

A slope in which the effort is between the fulcrum and load.

• 7.
• A.

A lever in which fulcrum is between the load ad effort

• B.

A lever in which the load is between the filcrum and effort

• C.

A positive effect over another.

• D.

A gain in effort or distance or change or direction resulting from the use of a "Simple Machine".

• 8.
Block and Takle:
• A.

A Machine that is designed using a number of simple machines, oftem run by a motor.

• B.

A lever in which fulcrum is between the load ad effort

• C.

A lever in which the load is between the filcrum and effort

• D.

Another name for a "Pulley Sytem".

• 9.
Simple Machine:
• A.

Any of the six elementary devices including (lever and pulley) that provide mechanical or other advantage.

• B.

A lever in which fulcrum is between the load ad effort

• C.

A lever in which the load is between the filcrum and effort

• D.

A Machine that is designed using a number of simple machines, oftem run by a motor.

• 10.
Slope:
• A.

A lever in which fulcrum is between the load ad effort

• B.

A lever in which the load is between the filcrum and effort

• C.

The Slant of an inclined plane.

• D.

The area you go skiing on with snow.

• 11.
Newton:
• A.

A famous scientist

• B.

An inclined plane spiraled around an axis.

• C.

A machine that uses two levers working together.

• D.

The metric unit used to measune force.

• 12.
Pulley:
• A.

A wheel with a grooved rim in which rope can run to change the direction of the pull and so lift a load.

• B.

An inclined plane spiraled around an axis.

• C.

A machine that uses two levers working together.

• D.

An opposing force tending to prevent motion.

• 13.
Screw:
• A.

An inclined plane spiraled around an axis.

• B.

A machine that uses two levers working together.

• C.

An opposing force tending to prevent motion.

• D.

A scale used to compare masses placed at equal distances from fulcrum.

• 14.
Resistance:
• A.

An opposing force tending to prevent motion.

• B.

A machine that uses two levers working together.

• C.

A scale used to compare masses placed at equal distances from fulcrum.

• D.

A lever in which fulcrum is between the load ad effort

• 15.
Fulcrum:
• A.

The point at which a lever arm pivots.

• B.

Two or more pulleys working together.

• C.

A machine that uses two levers working together.

• D.

An opposing force tending to prevent motion.

• 16.
Inclined Plane:
• A.

An opposing force tending to prevent motion.

• B.

A flat surface set at an angle used to chnage the direction of a force.

• C.

Two or more pulleys working together.

• D.

A machine that uses two levers working together.

• 17.
Force:
• A.

An inclined plane spiraled around an axis.

• B.

A machine that uses two levers working together.

• C.

A Push or Pull.

• D.

An opposing force tending to prevent motion.

• 18.
Fixed Pulley:
• A.

A machine that uses two levers working together.

• B.

An inclined plane spiraled around an axis.

• C.

Two or more pulleys working together.

• D.

A pulley attached in posistion above a load to be lifted.

• 19.
Effort:
• A.

An inclined plane spiraled around an axis.

• B.

A machine that uses two levers working together.

• C.

A lever in which fulcrum is between the load ad effort

• D.

The force applied to move a load using a "Simple Machine"

• 20.
Double Lever:
• A.

A machine that uses two levers working together.

• B.

An opposing force tending to prevent motion.

• C.

An inclined plane spiraled around an axis.

• D.

The weight or resistance that is moved using a simple machine.

• 21.
Coumpound Pulley:
• A.

An inclined plane spiraled around an axis.

• B.

The weight or resistance that is moved using a simple machine.

• C.

One pulley working together.

• D.

Two or more pulleys working together.

• 22.
Equal Arm Balance:
• A.

An inclined plane spiraled around an axis.

• B.

The weight or resistance that is moved using a simple machine.

• C.

A plane used to compare masses placed at large distances from fulcrum.

• D.

A scale used to compare masses placed at equal distances from fulcrum.

• 23.
• A.

How much dirt is in the truck

• B.

The weight or resistance that is moved using a simple machine.

• C.

A ratio of the load or resistance to the effort of force.

• D.

A lever in which the effort is between the fulcrum and load.

• 24.
• A.

A ratio of the load or resistance to the effort of force.

• B.

The weight or resistance that is moved using a simple machine.

• C.

A lever in which the effort is between the fulcrum and load.

• D.

A positive effect over another

• 25.
Wedge:
• A.

A ratio of the load or resistance to the effort of force.

• B.

A double inclined plane that tapers to a point or sharp edge used to change the direction or force.

• C.

Two Wheels of a diffrent diameter attached and rotating on the same axis

• D.

A Triple inclined plane that tapers to a point or sharp edge used to change the direction or force.

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