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Chapter 6 Simple Machines
How Do Simple Machines Help People Do Work? Vocabulary: Lesson 1
work simple machine the use of force to move an object over a distance a machine with few or no moving parts that you apply just one force to
lever – a simple machine made of a bar that pivots on a fixed point fulcrum - the fixed point on a lever
How Do a Pulley and a Wheel-and-Axle Help People Do Work? Vocabulary: Lesson 2
pulley wheel-and-axle a simple machine made of a wheel with a line around it a simple machine made of a wheel and an axle that turn together
How Do Other Simple Machines Help People Do Work? Vocabulary: Lesson 3
inclined plane a simple machine that is a slanted surface
screw wedge a simple machine made of a post with an inclined plane wrapped around it a simple machine made of two inclined planes placed back-to-back
6 Simple Machines lever * pulley * screw * fulcrum * inclined plane * wedge
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Welcome to a world full of machines! There are machines all around us! Turn to your neighbor and discuss what kinds of machines you saw on your way to.
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Work, Power, and Simple Machines. What is Work? Work is done when a force is exerted on an object and causes it to move in the same direction the force.
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Simple Machines will change the size or direction of a force in one motion. Compound Machines a system of two or more simple machines (the game mouse.
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Work and Machines An investigation…. Work and Machines Purpose: To examine the mechanisms of simple machines and the effect they have on work. (AKS 15)Purpose:
Aerodynamic. able to move through the air with as little air resistance as possible.
Aerodynamic. air resistance able to move through the air with as little air resistance as possible.
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SIMPLE MACHINES Give me a lever long enough, and a fulcrum on which to place it, and I will move the world. Aristotle.
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A lever is any kind of rigid bar that sits on a pivot point or fulcrum and rotates about that point. It may be used to move a heavy object with a force.
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1. How would the effort exerted by a backpacker over level ground compare to the effort in climbing a steep hill? 2. How would the weight of the backpack.
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