Let's Learn about Levers
  • 1. Where is the fulcrum located on a lever?
A) The point where the lever pivots or rotates
B) Underneath the lever
C) In the middle of the lever
D) At the end of the lever
  • 2. Which type of lever has the load between the fulcrum and the effort?
A) Third-class lever
B) Second-class lever
C) Fourth-class lever
D) First-class lever
  • 3. What is the force applied to a lever called?
A) Fulcrum
B) Effort
C) Load
D) Distance
  • 4. In a first-class lever, where is the load located?
A) In the middle of the lever
B) At the end of the lever
C) Between the fulcrum and the effort
D) Underneath the lever
  • 5. Which type of lever requires the most force to move an object?
A) Third-class lever
B) Second-class lever
C) First-class lever
D) Fourth-class lever
  • 6. What does a lever help to multiply?
A) Weight
B) Speed
C) Force
D) Color
  • 7. Which part of a lever is the most important for its functionality?
A) Effort
B) Load
C) Handle
D) Fulcrum
  • 8. In a third-class lever, where is the effort located?
A) At the end of the lever
B) In the middle of the lever
C) Underneath the lever
D) Between the fulcrum and the load
  • 9. A seesaw is an example of which type of lever?
A) Third-class lever
B) First-class lever
C) Fourth-class lever
D) Second-class lever
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