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Simple Machine Experiments Using Seesaws, Wheels, Pulleys, and More: One…

by Robert Gardner

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Describes experiments involving simple machines that follow the scientific method, and can be completed in an hour or less. Explore using levers to control motion and lift, and how the steepness of inclined planes affects the force needed to move somethin
Title: Simple Machine Experiments Using Seesaws, Wheels, Pulleys, and More
Author: Gardner, Robert
Publisher: Enslow Pub Inc
Publication Date: 2012/08/01
Number of Pages: 48
Binding Type: LIBRARY
Library of Congress: 2011015586

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Describes experiments involving simple machines that follow the scientific method, and can be completed in an hour or less. Explore using levers to control motion and lift, and how the steepness of inclined planes affects the force needed to move something. Most experiments also include ideas for science fair projects.… (more)

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