Lever Fulcrum Explorer Scenario
Student learn to embody a lever, using their arms and shoulders to understand the relationship between input, output, and distance from the fulcrum in real time. They explore the concept of mechanical advantage as they shift the input and output ratio of the lever.
Students evaluate the relationship between and distance force as they change the lever ratio
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