The shovel that helps you dig a hole, the chopsticks you use at lunch, and some of the big machines we see when passing by construction sites are all examples of levers. This book takes a look at the simple machine behind these different objects, using everyday examples and kid-friendly experiments to illustrate the physics behind this fascinating simple machine. Easy-to-read text will encourage readers, while large, colorful photographs will illustrate the concepts at hand. Students will be interested to see the ways that they interact with levers on a daily basis, and further reading and websites will encourage them to seek additional information.a#39;Qgfl. \ I a#39;0a#39;, a 0.. Move closer to the a#39;35:a: a:53. 155:9 Ac , I a5:, I555; , Ac ~-::- --a#39;..aquot; a#39; . I a#39; , .a#39; fulcrum, and ask your 5555;, 5.3-3. 5;...- 0.53:, aquot; , ggga#39;gza#39; .8!!Ac...a#39;7 a#39;, :::_./ j..friend to stay still. What happens? [Vanna forces Lila#39;36la#39; Levers are often used to makeanbsp;...
|Title||:||Simple Experiments with Levers|
|Publisher||:||The Rosen Publishing Group - 2013-07-15|