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Is A staircase is an example of an inclined plane Correct or incorrect?
yes because you can climb up
Some examples of inclined planes: . A ramp . A bathtub . A wheelchair ramp . A sloped roof . A playground slide
Some inclined planes in your bedroom would be: A toy car ramp (For those little boys out there) A boat propeller (If you have a weird fashion sense) A hanger (Seriously,… look!) A doll house roof (For those little girls out there) A stapler (If you're an artist) A mouth of a toy (For example, I have little finger puppets with their mouths always open) Feel free to add anything else ;D -RipleyW
It can be ramps, stair rails, path up hills, slides,slanted roads,stairs.........go on google.......there will be really helpful things.
An inclined plane is an example of a simple machine.
1. Fan Blade 2. The bucket on a Wheelbarrow 3. Staircase
because if you were to walk strait up and down it is much harder than walking at a incline
Screw is an example of inclined plane because it's a thing that serves a an plane in the geometric tools
possibly the baseboards on the bottoms of the walls where the carpet meets a wall, a knife which is actually two inclined planes, and a salad fork with is arrow shaped where t…he poking part of the fork is which is also two inclined planes, a face of a square shaped lampshade.
An example of a simple inclined plane is a ramp, such as a plank of wood that is used to lift a wheelbarrow, or a wheelchair ramp. It means that heavy loads can be more easily… moved, the payoff being that you need to move the object further. Other examples may include a slide, where the dropping speed of a load can be controlled by by increasing the length by which it travels. More complicated examples include a knife blade, where the knife is pushed further through a softer material, but allows the material to be separated - moved either side of the blade by a small amount. Saws, chisels and drill bits work on the same principle, allowing easier removal of material through repetitive motions, the inclined planes here being the individual saw teeth, or the cutting part of the drill.
An example of an inclined plane is a ramp or a screw.
A doorstop is a common example. Because the wedge is a kind of inclined plane, any wedge will work as well. Here's a clever wedge. A general zipper has th…ree wedges. One to unzip the object (jacket, etc.), and two to help zip something up.
a ramp side of a mountain triangle building blocks a driveway