# Science

I need help with types of levers. How can you tell the difference between first class second class ect. ect.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lever

1. 👍 0
2. 👎 0
3. 👁 83

## Similar Questions

Can you explain to me the difference between the three types of levers?

asked by mary on January 18, 2010
2. ### science

wer learning about levers i science and i just get confused with the third class levers can some one explain how you figure out were the input force and output force go on all three and how you can remember it -THANKS Bills Luver

asked by bills luver on April 27, 2010
3. ### stat

A contract employs three types- Class A , Class B and class c. to class A workers, he pays an average monthly salary of \$ 400, to class B workers, he pays an average monthly salary of \$ 320 and to class C workers he pays an

asked by moon on January 2, 2016
4. ### Science

Please for the terms associated with the study of levers.

asked by Juanita on May 3, 2013
5. ### math

An airline with two types of airplanes, P1 and P2, has contracted with a tour group to provide transportation for a minimum of 400 first class, 900 tourist class, and 1500 economy class passengers. For a certain trip, airplane P1

asked by Mary on July 30, 2018
6. ### Science

Please explain the terms associated with the study of levers.

asked by Divine on May 8, 2013
7. ### Science

Please for diagrams to show the terms associated in the study of levers.

asked by Divine on May 8, 2013
8. ### Maths

There are two boxplots, 1 of class A and the other of class B. they both illustrate the height of sunflowers grown in metres. Class A : minimum is 0.9 m, Q3 is 2 m Q1 is 1.5 m ,maximum is 2.8 m Median is 1.9 m Class B : minimum is

asked by T on June 9, 2007
9. ### math

Solve the problem. A shirt company has 4 designs that can be made with short or long sleeves. There are 5 color patterns available. How many different types of shirts are available from this company? a. 9 types b. 40 types c. 11

asked by Dana on May 4, 2008
10. ### statistics

Mi Lang Motors has in stock three cars of the same make and model. The president would like to compare the gas consumption of the three cars (labeled car A, car B, and car C) using four different types of gasoline. For each trial,

asked by lazar on June 17, 2009

More Similar Questions