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Two examples of third-class levers are a hammer driving a nail and the human forearm. In third-class levers, the effort is placed between the load and the fulcrum. More »

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Examples of second class levers include doors, staplers, wheelbarrows and can openers. In a second class lever, the load is found between the effort and the fulcrum. The direction of the effort and the load are the same. More »

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Examples of first-class levers include a balance scale, a seesaw and a crowbar. A first-class lever places the fulcrum in the middle of the effort and the load. More »

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Examples of first-class levers include a balance scale, a seesaw and a crowbar. A first-class lever places the fulcrum in the middle of the effort and the load. More »

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Examples of second class levers include doors, staplers, wheelbarrows and can openers. In a second class lever, the load is found between the effort and the fulcrum. The direction of the effort and the load are the same. More »

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Examples of common household levers include scissors, pliers, a hammer's claw, a stapler, a bottle opener, nail clippers, a fishing rod, tweezers and tongs. Other examples of household levers include a seesaw, crowbar an... More »

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Some examples of mechanical energy are a hammer, a bowling ball, a drawn bow and arrow and a moving volleyball. Mechanical energy is defined as the energy an object has either due to its motion or its stored energy of po... More »

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