What is a Machine in Physics

Define Machine in Physics

 

A machine is a device by means of which useful work can be performed conveniently and it can also transfer one form of energy into another form of energy.

 

Mechanical Advantage:

 

The ratio between the resistance or weight to the power applied in a machine is called the mechanical advantage of that machine. It is denoted by MA.

 

  1. = Weight over-come by Machine/ Force Applied on the Machine

 

Efficiency:

 

The ratio between the useful work done and the work done on the machine is called efficiency.

 

MA = (output/Input) * 100

 

Input:

 

Input is the work done on the machine.

 

Output:

 

Output is useful work clone by the machine.

 

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