Simple Machines B/Compound Machines C Question Marathon

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I suppose this will be the first question, let's start off easy:
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What are the 6 classical simple machines?
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Lever, inclined plane, wedge, screw, pulley, wheel and axle
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fantasyfan wrote:Lever, inclined plane, wedge, screw, pulley, wheel and axle
That's all correct!
Your turn to ask a question!
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Yay
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Don't worry it isn't too hard

Which famous mathematician identified five of the six classical machines (no inclined plane:() In his book Mechanics
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fantasyfan wrote:Yay
Obscure history reference, I Choose You!!!
Don't worry it isn't too hard

Which famous mathematician identified five of the six classical machines (no inclined plane:() In his book Mechanics
Hero (or Heron) of Alexandria
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AstroRockShock wrote:
fantasyfan wrote:Yay
Obscure history reference, I Choose You!!!
Don't worry it isn't too hard

Which famous mathematician identified five of the six classical machines (no inclined plane:() In his book Mechanics
Hero (or Heron) of Alexandria
Correct your turn
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Give 2 examples of a first class (type 1) lever.
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AstroRockShock wrote:Give 2 examples of a first class (type 1) lever.
Seesaws, and crowbars!
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TheAnav wrote:
AstroRockShock wrote:Give 2 examples of a first class (type 1) lever.
Seesaws, and crowbars!
Correct!
Your turn!
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