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Q: You split wood with an ax. How would you change the ax to make splitting the wood easier? You would increase mechanical advantage by
A: to make it easier to chop wood you can do 3 things. [ 1- make the shaft of the ax longer to provide more force per swing against the wood block 2- make the ax blade thinner to cut the wood more easily 3- make the wood of a softer variety like pine rather than oak so that it is easier to cut. ]
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User: You split wood with an ax. How would you change the ax to make splitting the wood easier? You would increase mechanical advantage by

Weegy: to make it easier to chop wood you can do 3 things. [ 1- make the shaft of the ax longer to provide more force per swing against the wood block 2- make the ax blade thinner to cut the wood more easily 3- make the wood of a softer variety like pine rather than oak so that it is easier to cut. ]
bananayumboat|Points 553|

User: Which example best describes using a wheel and axle? Select one of the options below as your answer: A. turning a screwdriver B. unscrewing a lid from a jar C. pulling a box upwards with a rope

Weegy: A. a small wheThe answer is A, because the screwdriver is an example of a wheel and axle so when u turn it, ur using a wheel and axle. Hope that helps.el and a small axle
itstud|Points 170|

User: A lever can lift 65 N easily. How would you change the lever so that it can lift 150 N? You would increase mechanical advantage by ______. Select one of the options below as your answer: A. moving the fulcrum closer to the output source (load) B. moving the fulcrum closer to the input source (lifter) C. doubling the length of the lever

Weegy: Double the length of the lever, the other two methods would make it harder to lift.
PherfOX36|Points 30|

User: You push a cart and then you take some items out of your cart. Your work will ________.Select one of the options below as your answer: A. increase because you have less to push B. decrease because you have less to push C. stay the same

User: All are ways to increase mechanical advantage except _________. Select one of the options below as your answer: A. increasing the length of a knife from tip to handle B. increasing the size of a wheel on a wheel and axle C. increasing the length of an inclined plane

Weegy: All of these choices increases mechanical advantages. Are you sure these are all the options?
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User: Which is an example of inertia? Select one of the options below as your answer: A. A moving car changes direction. B. Increasing the velocity of a train makes it harder to stop. C. Adding mass to a moving car makes it harder to stop.

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