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  • 1. Air planes fly! fly! fly!Science expo project
  • 2. ProblemHow does wing span size affect the flightpattern, time aloft and distance traveled
  • 3. HypothesisThe 501 familiar will fly farther and have more time aloft
  • 4. Materials needed • Whitewings Paper Airplane Kit by Dr.Yasuaki Ninomiya. • Whitewings Paper Plane Design Racer 501 Familiar. • Whitewings Paper Plane Design Racer 501 Familiar enlarged 25%. • Whitewings Paper Plane Design Racer 503 Elliptic. • Whitewings Paper Plane Design Racer 503 Elliptic enlarged 25%.• Four sheets of stock paper using the back (plain) side of the non-used paper airplane models in the Whitewings Kit. • Titanium Scissors • Office Depot hard plastic Ruler • Hobby Town USA Insta-cure+ cyanoacrylate • Protractor • Stop Watch on Apple I-Phone • Sears 25 foot Tape Measure • Pencil and pre-printed blank data charts • Canon MG6220 Photocopier • An Assistant • A Clip Board • Blue 1 inch Masking Tape • 1 roll of Scotch Tape • Whitewings Manual • 4 sheets plain white 8 ½ x 11 size copy paper
  • 5. The experiment
  • 6. Results The hypothesis was proven wrongBecause the 503 flew farther and longer
  • 7. Websiteshttp://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-fair-projects/project_ideas/ Aero_p009.shtml http://www.pilotfriend.com/training/flight_training/aero/gliding.htm http://www.exploratorium.edu/exploring/paper/airplanes.html