balanced forces ppt

# balanced forces ppt - Balanced Forces Levers Write out the...

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Balanced Forces

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Write out the statements that are true. a The longer the lever, the bigger the force that is needed to move an object. b It is easier to close a door if you push the door close to the hinge c The shorter the lever, the bigger the force that is needed to move an object d Joints are examples of pivots. e Bones are examples of levers.

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C, D and E
Learning Objective To investigate, through practical experimentation, the principle of moments.

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What do we need to record? How many columns will we need in our  table? Recording your results

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Write out each term along with its correct description Descriptions anticlockwise moments = clockwise moments two boys of different weights sit opposite each other on a see saw, both the same distance from the pivot the turning effect of a force m o

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## This note was uploaded on 11/08/2011 for the course PHYSICS 121 taught by Professor Richardvanfleet during the Winter '09 term at BYU.

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