Yes, the design of a paper airplane cane help it to fly farther. The more aerodynamic the design, the better the plane will fly.
Usually the person who threw it.
if its a basic airplane, adding paper clips to the wings can help so it doesnt just fly in random directions.
Yes. A wider winspan will make a paper airplane fly farther.
A paper airplane cannot fly without a wing.
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.
yes because of aerodynamics
You need to throw it really hard.
the smallest airplane will fly the farthest
yes, by making its design and structure more aerodynamic will make it fly farther.
fold it like crazy then chuck it
To make it fly longer make it with a larger piece of paper and put egg wash over it(scrambled uncooked eggs)
i think the construction paper airplane will fly farther
put the paper clip at the front f the paper airplane.it helps the airplane to fly!
Bend the back of the wings up like ailerons
about 12 seconds, if the paper airplane can fly it would stay up longer
It affects the mass depending on the shape or the size of the paper airplane.
Yes because if you use heavy paper to make your plane it won't fly well. It is always best to use light paper.
The wing of the paper airplane can make it fly far. For a glider, make a large wingspan and light, evenly balanced weight. Also, the wider the wings are the easier it will be to gain lift and the more narrower the wings are the harder it will be to stay in the air longer.
I think you keep rolling it to a cylinder and tape and put wings on and fly!
If you fold it into a paper airplane. Other wise the paper needs a ticket to New York or somewhere.The wind can make it glide somewhat also.
A smaller airplane flies faster
yes, but the wings have to be stable, and in the right places (not crooked)
at night when there is wind
they both fly and/or glide