# Science

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You Are Out In The Woods And You Need To Move A Boulder That Is In The Way, You Happen To Have A Long 2-by-4 Board With You And You Decide To Use It As A Lever. You Find A Rock To Act As A Fulcrum. Which Of The Following Would Be A Good Thing To Try? I believe the answer is A

A. Move the fulcrum rock closer to the boulder.
B. Move the fulcrum rock farther from the boulder.
C. Try using the board without a fulcrum.

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I agree that the answer is A

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Definitely A!

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