what are the different parts of a lever?
Asked by moumitad72 | 20th Nov, 2014, 01:33: PM
A lever has 3 parts namely Fulcrum, Load and Effort.
Fulcrum: The point about which the lever is free to move around is called the fulcrum.
Load: The object which has to be moved is called load or resistance.
Effort: The force applied on the load is called effort.
Answered by Romal Bhansali | 20th Nov, 2014, 06:49: PM
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