What type of class lever are pliers?

Answer 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 Type of Class Lever are the Tweezers?

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 »

How Do Pliers Work As a Lever?

A pair of pliers, as the name implies, consists of two levers working together to give the user a tighter grip than would be available with bare hands. Understanding how those levers function and i... Read More »

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.

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 »