The Six Simple Machines
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.