On a screw, the threads are basically inclined planes, but facing down to help guide the screw into the wood. Using the inclined plane on the threads increases the time it takes rather than a nail, but it takes less energy to do it.
a incline plane on it
a stair case, a ramp, a hill, a screw has an incline plane, its just rapped around it.
a screw, a bolt, or a nut.
Yes because it's a twisted incline plane.
No. A corkscrew and a screw are variations of an incline plane.
yep, wrapped around a cylinder.
A screw is an incline plane wrapped around a bar.
They are both the same because they are divided by the length of incline or screw to get the correct answer.
The screw is ONE of the SIX simple machines. The screw itself it made up of an incline plane, with a wedge at its tip.
A screw i an inclined plane wrapped around shaft.
a screw - which is really just an incline plane going in a circle.
Inclined plane. One of the six; screw, wedge, incline plane, pulley, wheel and axle, and lever.
cork screw(screw), nail(wedge), bike(wheel and axle), slide( incline plane).
Yes a screw is an inclined plane that is wrapped around a bolt.
You would be a screw.
Ima of an incline plane?
Yes, a ramp is an incline plane
A screw and an inclined plane are both examples of technology and have mechanical advantages.
A screw is an inclined plane wrapped around a cylinder which makes the thread.
lever, wedge,pulley, crew, incline plane, wheel
Following the mother lode will require an incline plane.
A screw is simply thought of to be a inclined plane wrapped around a cylinder, an inclined plane just wrapped around nothing would make it a cone.
The inclined plane on a screw is called the screw's thread. The length of the inclined plane on a screw is the circumference of its thread multiplied by the number of turns around the shaft of the screw. The height of the inclined plane on a screw is the distance between the threads multiplied by the number of turns.