yes because of aerodynamics
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, by making its design and structure more aerodynamic will make it fly farther.
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.
A nice, colored in and glued together paper airplane. Or a nice design or drawing.
It depends on how you throw your paper airplane. Also how you make to paper airplane.
make the airplane but attach a paper clip at the front!
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.
i would have to show you but i can make an extremly good paper airplane
no.because the designs just make it look better so basicly it do not affect flight
copying paper or printer paper will be fine.
Put your airplane on a weigh scale and weigh it. Who knows how much paper was used to make it?
Make a Better Paper Airplane This is a great activity for students of all ages, but high school physics students should have a greater understanding of fluid dynamics and be able to push the outer limits of paper airplane design!
try bending the wings of the airplane
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Yes. A wider winspan will make a paper airplane fly farther.
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.
The kind of paper chosen to make a paper airplane affects its weight. The best paper for making airplane is the light but firm paper. Firm paper prevents the paper plane from crumbling in the wind.
All you need is one paper
its easy but ask your friends
paper and glue