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The Lever for Which the Mechanical Advantage is Less than 1 Has: (A) Fulcrum at Mid-point Between Load and Effort. (B) Load Between Effort and Fulcrum (C) Effort Between Fulcrum and Load (D) Loa - ICSE Class 10 - Physics

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Question

The lever for which the mechanical advantage is less than 1 has:
(a) fulcrum at mid-point between load and effort.
(b) Load between effort and fulcrum
(c) effort between fulcrum and load
(d) Load and effort acting at the same point

Solution

(c) effort is between fulcrum and load

Hint: Levers, for which the mechanical advantage is less than 1, always have the effort arm shorter than the load arm.

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Solution The Lever for Which the Mechanical Advantage is Less than 1 Has: (A) Fulcrum at Mid-point Between Load and Effort. (B) Load Between Effort and Fulcrum (C) Effort Between Fulcrum and Load (D) Loa Concept: Concept of Lever.
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