Question Which materials arebest for making a dart (paper plane) go the      furthest ?
Hypothesis/What I think mighthappenI think the thin dart(paper plane) will go thefurthest because it has less weight and t...
I chose this because ... I like making darts(paper planes) and I want to see which material is best so when I make a dart ...
MaterialsLight paperCard boardTin foilNewspaperHeavy paperTape measure
Test/Method1. Get all types of paper and then foldthem into a the dart (paper plane)2. To make it fair testing I will thro...
Instructions   Paper plane
More thrust gets                           more lift and the lift                           needs to be equal or     Drag ...
Results   Numbers         1      2      3      4      5      6      7      8      9      10     AV     Types    Tin foil  ...
DISTANCES THEY FLEW Light Paper                                                 4.99Heavy Paper                           ...
ConclusionMy Hypothesis was half right becausethe light paper plane went the furtherest.But the plane that went the leastd...
Next time Future actionsI will make a dart(paper plane) but the one called the Ring, not theMoth that I used in this inves...
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    1. 1. Question Which materials arebest for making a dart (paper plane) go the furthest ?
    2. 2. Hypothesis/What I think mighthappenI think the thin dart(paper plane) will go thefurthest because it has less weight and thenewspaper will go the least furthest because itis floppy
    3. 3. I chose this because ... I like making darts(paper planes) and I want to see which material is best so when I make a dart I know what paper I need to use to make one that will go the furtherest.
    4. 4. MaterialsLight paperCard boardTin foilNewspaperHeavy paperTape measure
    5. 5. Test/Method1. Get all types of paper and then foldthem into a the dart (paper plane)2. To make it fair testing I will throw allplanes ten times with the same force.3. Mark it with chalk then again then soon.4. I will use a tape measure to mark itthen see results
    6. 6. Instructions Paper plane
    7. 7. More thrust gets more lift and the lift needs to be equal or Drag same more than weight. Weight same LiftThrust Drag Weight
    8. 8. Results Numbers 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AV Types Tin foil 2.96 3.11 4.00 2.75 4.31 2.74 2.78 2.72 3.40 5.20 3.40card board paper 1.82 2.10 2.52 2.70 3.20 2.10 2.60 2.60 2.60 2.80 2.52 Light paper 4.10 4.70 5.15 5.50 5.30 5.50 5.50 5.30 4.70 4.70 4.99 Heavy 3.50 4.30 5.54 6.10 5.23 4.08 3.88 4.91 5.42 6.60 4.96 News paper 3.08 3.08 2.96 5.40 5.56 2.92 3.72 4.17 4.52 4.83 4.02 I found the light paper went the fur thest with 4.99m then the heavy with 4.96 and the shor test distance was card board paper with 2.52 and the second shor test was tin foil with 3.40. News paper was in the middle with 4.02
    9. 9. DISTANCES THEY FLEW Light Paper 4.99Heavy Paper 4.96 Newspaper 4.02 Tin Foil 3.40 Card Paper 2.52 0 1.25 2.50 3.75 5.00
    10. 10. ConclusionMy Hypothesis was half right becausethe light paper plane went the furtherest.But the plane that went the leastdistance was the card board one and Ithink because it was the heaviestI thought the newspaper one would befloppy but it wasn’t. It travelled 4.02
    11. 11. Next time Future actionsI will make a dart(paper plane) but the one called the Ring, not theMoth that I used in this investigation because all you do to test thatone is hold it up to the roof and give it a slight push.I could test different shapes of wings.I could test different types of dart plansI could test for how long it will stay up for.

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