Yes, I understand that when force is applied to one end, it impacts the other and I also am aware of the concepts of a fulcrum. However, in more detail, how and why does a see-saw move? And more specifically, what rules or constraints are involved to make certain motions impossible on it? Is there a formula to predict where it will be at any time? This isn't for school so you can take your time answering it. I'm just trying to expand my knowledge :) Thanks.
Re: How does a see-saw really work?
Try the links in the MadSci Library for more information on Physics.