yes and no because the tape has a bad effect of wait but can make your plane stronger and more streline
Yes, the design of a paper airplane cane help it to fly farther. The more aerodynamic the design, the better the plane will fly.
throw it in the wind
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. A wider winspan will make a paper airplane fly farther.
yes, by making its design and structure more aerodynamic will make it fly farther.
yes, but the wings have to be stable, and in the right places (not crooked)
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.
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!
i would have to show you but i can make an extremly good paper airplane
Reduce air resistance (force of drag) by reducing the front-facing surface area.
Yes, it definitely can.
Trial and error. There are many different ways to make a paper aeroplane - some may be better than others.
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?
try bending the wings of the airplane
you answer it
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.
Paper airplanes are great fun to make and children are often just as goos at adults at making them. One of the better sites for designs for paper airplanes is that of Alex Schultz which contains many paper airplane designs.
All you need is one paper
its easy but ask your friends