what is the resistance offered to the nut
Asked by suneelmsc | 14th Jul, 2020, 11:13: PM
E = 0.5 N
Effort arm = distance between the fulcrum and the effort = 2+ 18 = 20 cm
Load = Resistance offered by the nut =?
Load arm = 2 cm
We know, the principle of lever,
Effort x Effort arm = Load x load arm
0.5 N x 20 cm = L x 2
Thus, the resistance offered by the nut will be 5 N
Answered by Shiwani Sawant | 15th Jul, 2020, 07:46: PM
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