2L = 2000 ML
2000-1250 ML= 750ML
750 ML = .75 L
No. A bottle opener, especially, the 'church-key' type, is a Class-II lever.
A bottle opener is a second-class lever
No. A bottle opener is an example of a class 2 lever. The load is located between the fulcrum and the force.
A bottle opener is an example of a second class lever.
Yes it is a second class lever
Class 1 lever
Answer #1:It is a third class lever.=====================Answer #2:It is a second class lever.
According to Karl Marx, it is believed that the blue bottle Jellyfish was central to the proletarian class uprisings in order to oppress the bourgeoisie.
The class C bottle rocket fires when you pull the lever.
i made a bottle rocket and a tire pump for science class and it went high in the sky!
The number "2" means that the bottle is a Class 2 recylable item.
This is the Class one lever
bottle opener-class 1 leverscissors-class 1 leverwheelbarrow- class 2 levertweezers- class 3 lever
The examples of levers of second class are :--A bottle openerOrange squeezeretc.wheelbarrowdoornutcracker
Wheel barrows and bottle openers are two examples of class 2 levers.
3.6ml of HCl is diluted and make it into 500ml with distilled water. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Add 50 mL of HCl 1 N in a 1 L volumetric flask, class A or B; add ca. 900 mL distilled water to the flask. Place the flask in a thermostat at 20 0C. After 30 min add slowly distilled water to the mark (1 L) and stir well the closed flask. Pour the solution in a bottle. Place a label with the date, concentration, name of the solution on the bottle.
97 S class model is 8 liters with full transmission oil change. you need to take out the oil from the gearbox and the carborator.
That i am looking for the same dam answer for class. Lol!
There are: 1 liter = 1000 milliliters 0.5 liters = 500 ml answer is: 1500ml My husband gave this information, he is good at this kind of stuff. I used him during my chemistry class. mgills
Yes, a trolley is considered a second class lever. A hammer is considered a third class lever. Also, a clothes pin is considered a third class lever.
Load is in the center, as in a wheel barrow or a bottle opener. Having an acronym might help remember which class is which. For example: 3-2-1 - ELF! means that for a class 3, the effort is in the middle; class 2, load in the middle; and class 1, fulcrum in the middle.
Take a CD and a bottle cap. Unscrew the cap on the bottle, puncture and place on the CD and glue. take a the balloon on attach it to the bottle top and blow air into it. then let it go and it should slide around the table on a cushion of air.