Simple Machines – Research Starring Point

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With your group, using the links below as your starting point, prepare answers to the following questions to share with the class:
What is the mechanical advantage of your simple machine? How does it make work easier?What is the cost of making that work easier?What are examples of your simple machine in everyday life?How could you include this simple machine in a Rube-Goldberg Machine?Leverhttps://eschooltoday.com/science/simple-machines/what-is-a-lever.htmlhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n7dUtwejenQ
Wedgehttps://eschooltoday.com/science/simple-machines/what-is-a-wedge.htmlhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=No5Df2231YA
Pulleyhttps://eschooltoday.com/science/simple-machines/what-is-a-pulley.htmlhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r3Ru1zZjvug
Screwhttps://eschooltoday.com/science/simple-machines/what-is-a-screw.htmlhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0chldL_bI8Q Layla’s League
Wheel and Axlehttps://eschooltoday.com/science/simple-machines/what-is-a-wheel-and-axle.htmlhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vYoWCn5r3rQ – Can you also find out about how the wheel and axle is like a lever?
Incline Planehttps://eschooltoday.com/science/simple-machines/what-is-an-inclined-plane.htmlhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5c4J_PW9wsg

Here is an overview of the classical simple machines:
Simple Machine Overview

Source:: Mme Sarah’s Blog

About The Author

Sarah Sumner started to combine her love of working with children with her experience as a computer programmer in 2013, by teaching computer science for the STEM program at Acadecap. She has a B.Sc.H (Mathematics) from Queen's University, an M.Sc. (Mathematics) from University of Ottawa and ten years of software development experience in the high tech sector.

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