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 What Type of Class Lever are the Tweezers?

Answer Tweezers are a set of two Class 3 levers. Brianmac defines a Class 3 lever as one where the fulcrum and the load are on opposite ends and the effort--the working force--is between them. Unlike othe... Read More »
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What type of class lever are pliers?

Pliers are a set of two class 1 levers, according to Enchanted Learning. In a type (or class) 1 lever, the fulcrum is between the load and the force, or "effort" that will move it. The pliers' rive... Read More »
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What does a Class 1 Lever mean?

A lever in which the force arm is longer than the work-producing arm; thus the work produced is always greater than the energy used, with a resultant high efficiency.
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What type/class of license is right for me?

Hi there!Couple of easy steps that will allow you to get a drivers license. 1. Read the manual (you are already doing this, which is a great thing)2. Take some practice tests to see if you missed a... Read More »
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What Type of Degree Should I Take an OSHA Class For?

Occupational safety and health degrees span across numerous disciplines, such as medicine, construction management, engineering and environmental science and hygiene. The federal Occupational Safet... Read More »
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