Working with Wedges (20)

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A wedge is two inclined planes joined together. When joined, the inclined planes form a sharp edge. Inclined planes are stationary objects, whereas wedges are active objects. When force is applied to the flat side of the wedge opposite the sharp edge, parts of the object become separated. For example, an ax is a metal wedge that splits a piece of wood apart. Readers will be provided with a number of examples of wedges, where they're found, and the wedge's historical uses.
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    • SKU
      RR12299
  • Manufacturer
    Rosen and PowerKids
  • Series
    Doing Work with Simple Machines
  • ISBN-13
    978-1-5383-4364-7
  • Format
    Library Binding
  • # of Pages
    24
  • Size
    6" x 9"
  • Author
    Machut, Ronald
  • Reading Interest
    2,3,4
  • Publisher or imprint
    Rosen: PowerKids Press
  • Date Published
    2020
  • Dewey Decimal
    621.8--dc23
  • Guided Reading Level
    M
A wedge is two inclined planes joined together. When joined, the inclined planes form a sharp edge. Inclined planes are stationary objects, whereas wedges are active objects. When force is applied to the flat side of the wedge opposite the sharp edge, parts of the object become separated. For example, an ax is a metal wedge that splits a piece of wood apart. Readers will be provided with a number of examples of wedges, where they're found, and the wedge's historical uses.

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