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3. How can you make the work output of a machine greater than the work input? (1 point) by decreasing friction by increasing the input force by increasing the output distance none of the above
To make the work output of a machine greater than the work input increase mechanical advance (reduce friction).
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User: 3. How can you make the work output of a machine greater than the work input? (1 point) by decreasing friction by increasing the input force by increasing the output distance none of the above

Weegy: To make the work output of a machine greater than the work input increase mechanical advance (reduce friction).
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