The Six Simple Machines

By Pj

The Six Simple Machines

There are lots of mysteries to the everyday life. We don't even realize that we use one of The Six Simple Machines in our daily chores. Your probably wondering what the six simple machines are...

What are The Six Simple Machines?

The first Simple Machine is a inclined plain. An inclined plain is a technical term for ramp. The second machine is a screw. The screw is a long cylinder with threads. The third machine is a wedge. The wedge is used to split things/objects like knives, zippers and an axe. The fourth machine is a lever. An lever is like a teeter totter or a par of scissors. You would have a effort arm, a load arm and a fulcrum. The fifth is a pulley. The pulley needs a wheel, and some kind of rope, a chain or a belt. The six simple machine is a wheel and axle. This would be like a fan or gears.