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  • How many types of simple machines are there ?

    6
    7
    4
    5
  • The fixed point at which lever can rotate freely is called

    Effort arm
    Mid arm
    Fulcrum
    Load arm
  • Which one of the following is not the example of lever ?

    Beam balance
    Crowbar
    Paper- cutter
    Screw
  • Which one of them is an example of third class lever ?

    Paper- cutter
    Beam balance
    Shovel
    Crowbar
  • Which one of them is a example of second class lever ?

    Beam balance
    Crowbar
    Screw
    Paper- cutter
  • Which types of pulley is used to lift the water from the well ?

    Lever pulley
    Movable pulley
    Fixed pulley
    Combined pulley
  • Paddle of bicycle is the example of

    Lever
    Screw
    Pulley
    Wheel and axle
  • Which one of them is an example of wheel and axle ?

    Screw- driver
    Paper- cutter
    Crowbar
    Beam balance
  • Drill used by carpenters is an example of

    Wheel and axle
    Pulley
    Lever
    Wedge
  • Which one of the following is an example of Screw ?

    Screw- driver
    Jack- screw
    Forceps
    paper- cutter
  • Which one of them is an example of wedge ?

    Beam balance
    Crowbar
    Screw
    Knife
  • Which one of them is not the example of wedge ?

    Axe
    Nut- cracker
    Knife
    Needle
  • Sickle is an example of

    Pulley
    Lever
    Wedge
    Screw
  • The distance between two screw thread is called

    Pitch
    Grooves
    Cone
    Edge
  • If the pulley moves along with the load then it is called

    stationery pulley
    Fixed pulley
    Lever pulley
    Movable pulley
  • The distance between fulcrum and the point at which effort is applied is called

    Effort arm
    Load distance
    Load arm
    Fulcrum arm
  • The distance between fulcrum and the point at which load acts is called

    Fulcrum arm
    Effort arm
    Load arm
    Effort distance
  • A simple machine having a grooved circular disc over which a rope passes is called

    Pulley
    Wedge
    Lever
    Screw
  • The lever in which the load is situated between the fulcrum and the effort is called

    Second class lever
    Fourth class lever
    First class lever
    Third class lever
  • The lever in which the effort is situated between the load and the fulcrum is called

    Second class lever
    First class lever
    Third class lever
    Fourth class lever
  • The lever in which the fulcrum is situated between the load and the effort is called

    Fourth class lever
    Second class lever
    First class lever
    Third class lever
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