The function of a Inclined plane
By Eric Cardoso and Keegan Wolley
A plane set at an angle to the horizontal, especially a simple machine used to raise or lower a load by rolling or sliding. consists of a slope between two points
Examples of Inclined planes
Dr. Skateboard's Action Science - Simple Machines 4 - Inclined Plane
The inclined plane allows a smaller force to be applied over a greater horizontal distance to produce the same change in vertical distance as without the inclined plane. This change in force and distance is known as the mechanical advantage.