On a woodworking plane, the "frog" refers to the _________.
The sliding iron wedge that holds the plane iron at the proper angle.
Handle on the rear of the plane.
The opening at the bottom of the plane.
The lever used to adjust the iron.
Detailed Explanation
The frog is a metal casting that is mounted to the plane body. It has a slot in the center that holds the plane iron. The frog can be adjusted to change the angle of the plane iron, which affects the thickness of the shavings that will be removed.
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