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Application in Daily life

A Pulley is a simple machine in which a rope or belt is

passed through a grooved wheel or set of wheels in order to
lift a load. Pulleys are usually mounted in either metal or
wooden frames which are called block. The blocks together
with the rope are called tackles, which are used to lessen the
effort it takes to move a load. The more pulleys used in a
system ,the less effort will be required to complete the job
and the shorter the distance the load will have to travel.
Pulleys are used in many industries where lifting is required
such as shipping, farming, and manufacturing, as well as in
automobile engines.
A Bearing is a device to allow constrained relative motion
between two or more parts, typically rotation or linear
movement. Bearings may be classified broadly according to
the motions they aloow and according to their principle of
operation as well as by the directions of applied loads they
can handle. Bearingss are used to reduce friction at the
interface.
A Ball bearing is an engineering term referring to a type of
rolling-element bearing which uses balls to maintain the
separation between the moving parts of the bearing. The
purpose of a ball bearing is to reduce rotational friction and
least two races to contain the balls and transmit the loads
through the balls. Usually one of the races is held fixed. As
one of the bearing races rotates it causes the balls to rotate
as well. Because the balls are rolling they have amuch lower
coefficient of friction than if two flat surfaces were rotating
on each other.
The Wheel is a device that enables efficient movement of
an object across a surface where there is a force pressing

the object to the surface. Common examples are a cart

drawn by a horse, and the rollers on an aircraft flap
mechanism. Wheels are used in conjunction with axles,
either the wheel turns on the axle, or the axle turns in the
object body. The mechanics are the same in either case.

Aim
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To apply and adapt a variety of problem solving

strategies to solve problem
To improve thinking skills.
To promote effective mathematical
communication.
To develop mathematical knowledge through
problem solving in a way that increases
students interest and confidence.
To use the language of mathematics to express
mathematical ideas precisely.
To provide learning environment that stimulates
and enhances effective learning.
To develop positive attitude towards
mathematics.