Yes it does affect , it depends upon how thinner the paper is .
I am doing a science project in school. Subject: How does temperature affect the way a paper airplane flies?
It affects the mass depending on the shape or the size of the paper airplane.
It dosn't affect the distance.
Yes. A wider winspan will make a paper airplane fly farther.
The heavier weight of a thicker paper will affect the range of the flight, and different folding characteristics and stiffness will affect the aerodynamics.
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.
the lighter the paper the easier the lift.Heavey paper will drop quicker.
Yes especially the wings.
The design of a paper airplane determines its ability to perform certain stunts, as many planes are designed to be inherently stable.
It depends on how the paper how it is made . But in general yes it does
I don't know isn't there somebody to answer this?
It allows it to take off and land
it affects it by going fast or slow
it depend on what the wings are like and the body
Sometimes it is but it most depend on the wind. :)
well some paper can be more heavy than other paper so yes
The weight of the paper. If you accumulate a lot of paper at one place (depending on the design) it could bring the airplane down faster than if you didn't accumulate so much paper in one place.
It depends on how you throw your paper airplane. Also how you make to paper airplane.
lift ,thrust ,drag and gravity/weight/mass
the more its wieght the bigger the nuts
If it is too heavy, it will drop down. If it is too light, It is vulnerable to the slightest gust of wind. It is best to make it in-between(the average weight of a paper airplane)
Yes, weight may affect a paper airplane by increasing its mass. This may alter its glide ratio and change its wing loading.
Of course! If the airplane is very thick it will go very fast. I learned that from my project.
Friction and velocity, and if u want to go into it a little more the weight, content, and amount of force exerted to throw the paper airplane.