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Let's Take Flight- Joel, Hezekiah and DeQualin
Let's Take Flight- Joel, Hezekiah and DeQualin
Let's Take Flight- Joel, Hezekiah and DeQualin
Let's Take Flight- Joel, Hezekiah and DeQualin
Let's Take Flight- Joel, Hezekiah and DeQualin
Let's Take Flight- Joel, Hezekiah and DeQualin
Let's Take Flight- Joel, Hezekiah and DeQualin
Let's Take Flight- Joel, Hezekiah and DeQualin
Let's Take Flight- Joel, Hezekiah and DeQualin
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Let's Take Flight- Joel, Hezekiah and DeQualin

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  • 1. LET'S TAKE FLIGHT!
  • 2. GROUP MEMBERS. De'Qualin Hezekiah Joel
  • 3. QUESTION. Does the amount of force used on a rubber band effect how far an airplane will fly?
  • 4. HYPOTHESIS! I think we are going to try to shoot the airplane with a Rubber band because when it talked about to see how Far it goes and make me think that we are going to shoot it far.
  • 5. MATERIALS. Paper 8 1/2 by 11 inc Sheet of paper 22 cm by 5 cm Stapler Rubberband Pencil or chopstick
  • 6. VARIABLE Paper airplane The force used to trow the airplane The distance the plane will fly
  • 7. PROCEDURE 1.fold your airplane using the template 2.fold smaller piece of aper in half vertically then fold that piece on half and fold it again horizontally. This will be the hook for your airplane. 3.staple the hook to the bottom of the paper airplane about 1/4 of the way from the front. 4.loop the rudder band around the pencil or chopstick as illustrated in the diagram below.5.Take the free end of the rudder band and loop it around the hook on the bottom of the paper airplane.6. Now it is time to put the paper airplane to the test and launch it. 7. Pull the paper airplane back and release. 8.record the distance the air plane traveled. 9.repeat steps 1-7 pulling the rubber band back farther,and then a little less than the first time. Also,repeat after Taping a straw to your paper airplane.
  • 8. DATA/OBSERVATIONS. 1.hard 44 squares 2.soft 20 squares 3.midem 36 Squares
  • 9. VIDEO

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