## What is the law of the lever?

This is the law of the lever, which was proven by Archimedes using geometric reasoning. It shows that if the distance a from the fulcrum to where the input force is applied (point A) is greater than the distance b from fulcrum to where the output force is applied (point B), then the lever amplifies the input force.

## What are the 3 types of levers?

There are three types of levers: first class, second class and third class. The difference between the three classes depends on where the force is, where the fulcrum is and where the load is.

## What are 1st 2nd and 3rd class levers?

Other examples of first class levers are pliers, scissors, a crow bar, a claw hammer, a see-saw and a weighing balance. Nutcrackers are also an example of a second class lever. Third class lever. With third class levers the effort is between the load and the fulcrum, for example in barbecue tongs.

## How do you calculate effort force?

As with inclined planes, the object to be moved is the resistance force or load and the effort is the force put into moving the load at the other end of the fulcrum. So force=effort=in and resistance = load=out.

## What is a 1st class lever?

First Class Levers In a first class lever, the fulcrum is located between the load and the effort. In a first class lever, the fulcrum is located between the load and the effort. When the fulcrum is closer to the load, then less effort is needed to move the load (©2020 Let’s Talk Science).

## How do you use a lever?

A lever enables people to do work using less force. A lever usually is used to move or lift objects. Sometimes it is used to push against objects, but not actually move them. Levers can be used to exert a large force over a small distance at one end by exerting only a small force over a greater distance at the other.

## What is a class 2 lever?

In class 2 levers, the fulcrum lies at one end, the effort is applied at the other end, and the load is placed at the middle. The closer the load is to the fulcrum, the lesser amount of force needed to lift it.

## Which lever is most efficient?

First- and second-class levers generally are very efficient, especially when the loads are located close to the fulcrum while efforts are further from the fulcrum (Figures A and C). The efficiency of first- and second-class levers will decrease when loads move further from the fulcrum (Figures B and D).

## Why is a bottle opener a class 2 lever?

In a second-class lever, such as a bottle opener, the fulcrum is at one end, the effort at the other, and the load in between. The fulcrum is between the load and the effort. The effort is magnified because the load is closer to the fulcrum.

## Which is the example for Third Order lever?

In a third class lever, the effort is between the load and the fulcrum. Some examples of third class levers include fishing rods, cricket bats and chopsticks. Third class levers are different from first and second class levers because instead of force multipliers, they are speed multipliers.

## What is lever and examples?

The lever makes the work easier. The class of lever depends on the location of the load, force, and fulcrum. Some examples of levers include more than one class, such as a nut cracker, a stapler, nail clippers, ice tongs and tweezers. Other levers, called single class levers include the claw end of a hammer.

## What is the most common lever in the human body?

In a third-class lever, the most common in the human body, force is applied between the resistance (weight) and the axis (fulcrum) (figure 1.23a). Picture someone using a shovel to pick up an object.

## What is work formula?

Work is done when a force that is applied to an object moves that object. The work is calculated by multiplying the force by the amount of movement of an object (W = F * d).

## What is effort formula?

The effort force at a distance of 2 m from the fulcrum can be calculated as. Fe = (1 kg) (9.81 m/s2) (1 m) / (2 m) = 4.9 N. A lever mechanism where the input effort is higher than than the output load is often characterized as a third-class lever mechanism.

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