input force is the force you apply on the machine and output force the force that the machine applies and the output work can never be greater than the input work
For asimple machine, the user of the machine exerts a force, the input force. The machine exerts a force on the load, or object to be moved. This is the output force.
The difference between and input force and an output force is that an output force is force exerted by a machine, and an input force is force exerted on a machine.
force output x distance = work output ~same for input
Because the r not the same
The differnce between input and output is input=in output=out The differnce between input and output is input=in output=out
input force x input distance > output force x output distance -Novanet
The third class lever functions between the input force and the output force
The difference is input programs information output tells you information
What is the difference between output and input?If you sing into a microphone you can hear the microphone's output.Sound coming out of the power amp to the speakers.That is the input of the loudspeaker.Do you see the difference?Your voice is the microphone's input. Its output is electrical impulses that are input to the amplifier. The amplified impulses are the output of the amplifier and input to the speaker. Sound waves are output of the speaker and input to your ears.
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Input and output are shown on a force diagram by the human being the input force and the load force being the output force. When you divide output force by input force, you get the mechanical advantage of a lever.
the input device get input from user.. output device display the result....
Mechanical advantage= Output force / Input force
An output force is the force that is exerted from the input force to create motion of the resisting object. the input force can be less or more then the output force
None whatsovever ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- of course there is. Any machine is designed to convert the input force to a useable output force. The output force is dependent upon the magnitude of the input multiplied by the efficiency (in percentage) of the machine to convert that force into useful work. The output is always less than the input.
An output force is a force that results from an input force. For example, initially pushing something is an input force. The output force would be the force that it is moving with because of the input force.
Mechanical Advantage which is the output force divided by the input force.
The input force is how much force you use to pull on it. The output is what is lifted.
The mechanical advantage is the ratio of the output force to the input force. MA = output/input (output force divided by the input force) For the example, 15N/30N gives the MA as 0.5 (one half).
First Class Levers The fulcrum is between the input force and the load Always changes the direction of the input force and can be used to increase the force or the distance Second-class levers The load is between the fulcrum and the input force Does not change direction of the input force Output force is greater than the input force. Third-Class lever The input force is between the fulcrum and the load Does not change the direction of the input force Output force is less than input force.
Input force is the force you put in to a machine. Output force is a force exerted by a machine. You exert input force on the wheel and when the axle rotates it exert large output force.
Input force is the force you put in to a machine. Output force is a force exerted by a machine.
Mechanical advantage (MA). MA = output force / input force
Mechanical Advantage is the number of times a machine increases the input force. Efficiency is the ratio of output work to input work.