The design will make it fly farther if it has long wing like a glider and it has the right amount of weight on it.
yes, by making its design and structure more aerodynamic will make it fly farther.
Yes, the design of a paper airplane cane help it to fly farther. The more aerodynamic the design, the better the plane will fly.
Yes, it definitely can.
Just adding weight will not make a paper airplane fly farther. However, adding weight in exactly the right places can make it fly farther, by improving its balance and stability.
throw it in the wind
Yes, it can. Weight, number of folds, and wingspan are all factors in making a paper airplane fly farther. A long-distance paper airplane (glider) should have large wings, a small fuselage, and evenly distributed (but also light) weight. It should be held and thrown from the center of gravity.
Yes. A wider winspan will make a paper airplane fly farther.
yes because of aerodynamics
yes, but the wings have to be stable, and in the right places (not crooked)
that depends on the design, how well you make it and where you launch it from
A nice, colored in and glued together paper airplane. Or a nice design or drawing.
It's really doesn't matter. But you must have rectangular paper because I hadn't known a paper airplane design that use only square paper.
yes you can, but if you make it without transfer paper, you need a special iron-on transfer pencil. :)
You would design an experiment to test the balls.
To boost the amount time a paper helicopter stays in the air you need to increase the size of the helicopter you design. The better the design the longer the helicopter will stay in the air.
A design template is nothing but just like an outline on a paper . Inside a design template we can add our things.Design template is like a structures that guides you to do whatever you are planning to do but in an efficient manner .
yea it does make it go farther
Trace a shape onto a paper colour it in and design clothes! repeat the above but use 2 papers for a doll you can out your hands in
yes and no because the tape has a bad effect of wait but can make your plane stronger and more streline
Reduce air resistance (force of drag) by reducing the front-facing surface area.
First grab some pieces of paper and design it and make some articles about what YOU like. then staple it and there you go all done.
You can make a sculpture out of chocolate birthday cake, by doing a design on paper first, then you know what you have to and where you have to do it.
Well, It depends on the density of the paper, the wings, the hull, the design, the aerodynamics, and the lift it creates. One easy one is just to make the basic paper airplane, and experiment from there. But here are three good designs: The dragon, The champ, and nick's plane.
Hi .. you could do it on computer ... or bring some paper and let the pther members design it .. and you design for them .. use colors and stikers ..
no.because the designs just make it look better so basicly it do not affect flight