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Which subject | Mathematics |

What age group | Year or Grade 11 |

What topic | Mechanisms |

Number of slides | 7 |

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- Definition of mechanisms
- Importance of studying mechanisms in mathematics
- Examples of mechanisms in everyday life

- Linkages
- Gears
- Cams
- Pulleys
- Belts
- Chains

- Definition of linkages
- Types of linkages
- Examples of linkages in machines
- Equations for analyzing linkages

- Definition of gears
- Types of gears
- Gear trains
- Gear ratios and calculations
- Examples of gears in machines

- Definition of cams
- Types of cams
- Analysis of cam motion
- Applications of cam mechanisms

- Definition of pulleys, belts, and chains
- Types of pulleys, belts, and chains
- Applications of pulley, belt, and chain mechanisms
- Calculations involving pulleys, belts, and chains

- Review of importance of studying mechanisms
- Summary of different types of mechanisms
- Real-life applications of mechanisms in engineering and technology