Unformatted text preview: smooth plastic. Illustration Analogy An electric shaver is like a hair clipper. Its shape and function is similar to that of the hair clipper. The main difference is that the electric shaver is usually cordless and is powered by batteries and is used for cutting facial hair instead of head hair. Also, the shapes of the cutting parts are different: an electric shaver has a smooth metal head with small holes that shields the face from the spinning sharp razors underneath. A hair clipper has blades that are lined on its head....
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- Spring '11
- Chemistry, Michael Faraday, Electric Shaver