if our paper airplane is light , then the plane will go farther, because the wind will carry it farther
paper i think paper i think it's paper it's way lighter than aluminum so it will go farther
Farther than any other paper airplane that i know of
I used notebook paper, card stock, photo paper, and computer paper. Notebook paper floated the longest.
Printer paper will fly farther than construction paper and newspaper. This is because the newspaper is to light, the construction paper is to heavy, printer paper is just right.
NO it does not.
throw it in the wind
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Yes. A wider winspan will make a paper airplane 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.
wwhich will fly farther a paper airplan or a plan made of newspaper?
the smaller the airplane is the plane goes farther and the bigger the planes the plane doesnt go farther
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.
construction paper, lined paper is too light so if you launch it too hard it will not do as well as construction paper launched hard.
if it weighs less it will fly farther
yes, by making its design and structure more aerodynamic will make it fly farther.
i just did the experiment and it is computer paper
A lined paper airplane flies the farthest. It flies the farthest because it weighs less than any other type of paper. For example, it weighs less than an airplane made of construction paper and it weighs less than an airplane made of copy paper.
Notebook paper is paper that you can write notes on and maybe in a book with other pieces of notebook paper
That depends on such factors as available air and heat. Construction paper is more dense than notebook paper, so it would take more heat to initially catch on fire.
Construction paper will probaly fly best because it's thinker
it depends on how you throw it
well not really it up to you power in your trow it you trow it light the lighter paper airplane will will but if you trow hard enough the heaver one will go farther because it has more build in
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.