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Title How Far Will It Fly? Build & Test Paper Planes with Di

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kenneth lesher

on 11 February 2014

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Transcript of Title How Far Will It Fly? Build & Test Paper Planes with Di

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Question
How does drag affect the distance of the paper airplane flight?


hypothesis
We predicted plane one would fly the farthest. We also predicted that the airplanes with drag would not fly as far as the airplanes without drag.


Materials
Title How Far Will It Fly? Build & Test Paper Planes with Different Drag
3. Fold a piece of paper into the basic dart paper plane following the instructions.
a. Figure 1 in the Background tab shows an example of a paper plane made using the basic dart paper airplane design.
b. Make sure that you fold carefully and that your folds are as sharp as possible.
c. In step 6 of the folding instructions, skip the optional step of bending up the tailing edge of the wings.

• Materials Paper (3 sheets)
• Metric ruler
• Masking tape (1 roll). Alternatively, if you are testing this project outside, you can use sticks or rocks.
• Tape measure
• Scissors
• Lab notebook

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