Q: Is a seesaw a lever which like all levers consists of a beam and fulcrum? ¶
Q: Are seesaws often mounted above a soft surface such as foam or wood chips? ¶
Q: Is a seesaw known? ¶
Q: Is a seesaw connected to a water pump? ¶
Q: Is a seesaw also called a "teeter-totter"? ¶
A: Yes, According to linguist Peter Trudgill, the term originates from the Nordic language word tittermatorter.