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$200 $300 $400 Final Jeopardy $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 AB C D E
The point at which a lever arm pivots is called a(n) ? C1 $100
Answer: fulcrum C1? $100
Force is measured in these units C1 $200
Answer: newtons C1 $200
Look at the spring scale below. How many newtons of force are being applied?____________ C1 $300
Answer: C1 $300 1.4 N
A hockey stick and salad tongs are these class of levers: C1 $400
Answer: Class 3 C1 $400
Timer The final Jeopardy question is: C1 final
C2 $100 Which kind of advantage reduces the effort needed to lift a load?
C2 $100 Answer: mechanical
C2 $200 What type of pulley doesn’t provide a mechanical advantage?
C2 $200 Answer: Single-fixed
C2 $300 Scissors are this class of lever:
C2 $300 Answer: Class 1
C2 $400 Name 3 causes for different results in our lever experiment?
C2 $400 Answer: Zeroing spring scale wrong Improperly measuring Unbalanced lever
C2 $500 How much effort is required to lift the load? 240 N
C2 $500 Answer: 240 N / 3 ropes = 80 N
C3 $100 How many wheels does a single movable pulley have?
C3 $100 Answer: one
C3 $200 What kind of pulley gives you a directional advantage?
C3 $200 Answer: Single fixed or SF/SM w/effort pulling down
C3 $300 Name the four parts of any lever system.
C3 $300 Answer: Lever arm, fulcrum, effort, load
C3 $400 What two things are traded off for each other when using simple machines?
C3 $400 Answer: Effort and distance
C3 $500 Look at the illustration. The effort needed to lift the load in B is ______as much as the effort needed to lift the load in A.
C3 $500 Answer: ½ as much
C4 $100 What do all pulleys have in common?
C4 $100 They all give you some sort of advantage (either mechanical or directional)
C4 $200 As you move the load farther from the fulcrum, the effort needed to lift the load ________.
C4 $200 Answer: increases
C4 $300 As you move the effort closer to the fulcrum, the effort needed to lift the load ________.
C4 $300 Answer: increases
C4 $400 How much effort would it take to lift a 50 lb load with a lever?
C4 $400 Answer: Cannot be determined without more info on lever setup!
C4 $500 Diagram the following picture using arrows to indicate the forces at work, and identify the class of lever.
C4 $500 Answer: 2 F L E L E F
C5 $100 The force needed to lift a load:
C5 $100 Answer: Effort
C5 $200 True or false: There are pulleys that can give you both a mechanical advantage and a directional advantage at the same time.
C5 $200 Answer : True. A SF/SM w/effort pulling down does.
C5 $300 Which pulley system will not work?
C5 $300 Answer:
C5 $400 A system that has a pulley located somewhere above the load.
C5 $400 Answer: Single-fixed pulley
C5 $500 All the kids are the same weight. Circle the picture(s) that shows how the seesaws would NOT look when they stop moving. E D F
C5 $500 Answer: E D F
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