I did not understand the concept of third class levers . Please send the answer quick enough........
Asked by Vinay Neil Panda | 19th May, 2014, 08:43: PM
A third class lever is a type of lever in which the effort E is in between the fulcrum F and the load L, so the effort arm is always smaller than the load arm.
It is also called lever of the third order.Here the input effort is higher than the output load, which is different from second-class levers and some first-class levers.However, the distance moved by the load is greater than the distance moved by the effort.
Answered by Jyothi Nair | 20th May, 2014, 09:10: AM
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