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Here I will be posting a course on science. The whole thing should be ready in a year or so :)
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i was acutually just about to mention you dude! cuz i prepare to write something about simple machines(springs, pulleys) later on, and i couldn't list them all out! could u help me?
thanks in advance :)

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A teeny weeny bit on springs that I just remembered

All springs work because of restoring forces acting on them that tend to restore the spring's configuration.

The restoring force is directly proportional to the displacement of the spring from its mean/equilibrium position (larger the force,larger the displacement).

They somewhat are related to waves (spoiler alert) but that's a really interesting topic and I don't wanna spoil the fun and will be talking about it in detail later :).

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thanks! what other kind of machines are there ? (im going to write this out so im paranoid of missing anything) you dont have to explain to much :) just listing them out would be ok :)

Pendulums,trolleys,wheels on an inclined surface(rolling/sliding),Guns, airplanes,collisions of object with varying masses,lifts/elevators,ships/sailing vessels,etc

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i was acutually just about to mention you dude! cuz i prepare to write something about simple machines(springs, pulleys) later on, and i couldn't list them all out! could u help me?

thanks in advance :)

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Of course I would love to^_^ ,why are u even asking ʕ º ᴥ ºʔ

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Pendulums,trolleys,wheels on an inclined surface(rolling/sliding),Guns, airplanes,collisions of object with varying masses,lifts/elevators,ships/sailing vessels,etc

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