It's not a lever, a lever has a pivot.its an extension
how is a baseball bat a lever???
A baseball bat is a lever. It is usually identified as a third class lever but it can be the first class as long as it is attached to an arm.It is a lever.
You are thinking of the baseball bat. The ball itself is not a lever. The bat is a lever, in the sense that it magnifies the motion of your arms.
a baseball bat is a "lever" in the way that the ball comes off the bat. When the baseball makes contact with the bat, the bat gives, or bends. What causes the ball to then travel is when the bat snaps back into a straight object. Thus, the bat is, in a way, a lever.
When you swing a baseball bat, the end of the bat, which is intended to hit the pitched baseball, is moving much faster than the part of the bat that you actually hold onto. The extra speed is the result of using the bat as a type of lever.
It seems the baseball would be the load, the bat and your arm would together form a lever, and your shoulder would be the fulcrum.
It is a lever
Because you swing it to move something
Simple machine, lever
The handle. A baseball bat is a third class lever. The resistance is the end, and the effort and fulcrum are the handle.
No, but swinging the bat is a lever.
A baseball bat is a third-class lever because the fulcrum is on the end of one side, the effect force is in the middle, and the resistant force, the load, is at the top.
In 'normal use', the baseball bat functions as a lever and not a wedge. Physically speaking, any cone-shaped item such as a baseball bat could be used as a wedge.
yes, it belongs to the third class lever. it is considered a lever because the force is between the effort and the resistance. THANK YOU
because it helps umaneuver things out of your way
because you can push up and also pull down
Baseball. Assuming a "louisville lever made of wood" refers to the famous wooden Louisville Slugger baseball bat.
it's a lever because there is a fruculm on the end effort and force im the middle and resistance at the top