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Q: Why is work done with a machine is the same as work done without a machine?
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A fulcrum is on the left side of a board as it is moved to the right will the force be the same?

Work: The work done by the force is the same as the work done on the load in an ideal simple machine.


Work performed on a machine?

The work done by a machine is called work output


What is work done on a machine called?

Machine work


What is the differences between work input and work output?

Work Output is the work done BY a machine. Work Input is the work done ON a machine.


What is the difference between work input and work output?

Work Output is the work done BY a machine. Work Input is the work done ON a machine.


What is the work done by a machine on a machine?

Power


How can work be done by an ideal machine?

A robotic machine can be set up to do exacting, repetitive work that would take longer and be more difficult for a human.


Is it possible to use a simple machine and do less work than you would have done without the machine?

That isn't possible, not with a simple machine and not with a complicated machine, since otherwise, conservation of energy would be violated.


Differences between input work and output work?

Work input is work done on a machine to get the desired output. Work output is the amount of desired work that is done by a machine.


What can be done by a simple machine?

Work


The work done by a machine is called work?

work output


How do you define the scientific form of work?

the exertion of force in a same direction; work can not be done without motion