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Tue April 03, 2012 By: Pri

'the force needed for the machanical advantage of an inclined plane is less than the force needed to lift it directly'.Explain a reason.

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Thu April 05, 2012
The actual mechanical advantage of an inclined plane is the ratio of the load lifted to the force applied; ideally it is equal to the ratio of the length of the sloping plane to its vertical rise.So from there we can easily conclude the above.
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