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Double jeopardy(flight)

  1. 1. MoreApplying More Parts Flight Misc.Principles Forces Function Terms$200 $200 $200 $200 $200$400 $400 $400 $400 $400$600 $600 $600 $600 $600$800 $800 $800 $800 $800$1000 $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000
  2. 2. $200 This is what is pushing the plane forwards because the jet engine pushes the air backwards with an equal force. Solution
  3. 3. $200 What is air? Title
  4. 4. $400 Is the reason why air is pushing upwards on the wing of the plane, due to its camber. Solution
  5. 5. $400 Why does the air seek after the lower pressure above the wing of the plane? Title
  6. 6. Daily Double
  7. 7. $600 Is the direction of the wings which force air particles down resulting in an equal and opposite push upwards on the wing from the air. Solution
  8. 8. $600 What is angle of attack? Title
  9. 9. $800 Lift is increased as a result of the flaps going down. This happens because of this reason. Solution
  10. 10. $800What is the angle of attack is increased? Title
  11. 11. $1000 Is the point at which the hot air balloon will rise. Solution
  12. 12. $1000 When the amount of air that is dispersed weighs more than the balloon? Title
  13. 13. $200 Is the direction the plane would go if gravity pulled stronger than lift. Solution
  14. 14. $200 What is down? Title
  15. 15. $400 Is the direction the plane would go if gravity was equal to that of lift and thrust was greater than drag. Solution
  16. 16. $400 What is forward? Title
  17. 17. $600 Is the direction the plane would go if gravity was less than the force of lift and thrust was greater than drag. Solution
  18. 18. $600 What is forwards and upwards? Title
  19. 19. $800 Is the direction the plane would go if gravity was greater than the force of lift and thrust was less than drag. Solution
  20. 20. $800 What is backwards and downwards? Title
  21. 21. $1000 Is the direction the plane would go if gravity was equal to that of lift and thrust was equal to the force of drag. Solution
  22. 22. $1000 What is nowhere? Title
  23. 23. $200 This is used to provide thrust for the airplane. Solution
  24. 24. $200 What is a propeller? Title
  25. 25. $400 This is used to hold the plane together, it is also used to hold cargo and passengers. Solution
  26. 26. $400 What is the fuselage? Title
  27. 27. $600 This is used to control the pitch of the airplane. Solution
  28. 28. $600 What is the elevator? Title
  29. 29. $800 This is used to control the yaw movement of the airplane. Solution
  30. 30. $800 What is the rudder? Title
  31. 31. $1000 This is used to provide extra lift for the airplane when it is coming in for a landing. Solution
  32. 32. $1000 What are the flaps? Title
  33. 33. Daily Double
  34. 34. $200 A flying squirrel is an example of this. Solution
  35. 35. $200 What is a glider? Title
  36. 36. $400 This is mixed with the airthat is compressed in a jet engine. Solution
  37. 37. $400 What is fuel? Title
  38. 38. $600This has been done to theshape of a glider to reduce the amount of drag that occurs. Solution
  39. 39. $600 What is streamlined? Title
  40. 40. $800 The movement of yaw occurs along this axis. Solution
  41. 41. $800 What the vertical axis? Title
  42. 42. $1000 The movement of roll occurs along this axis. Solution
  43. 43. $1000 What is the longitudinal axis? Title
  44. 44. $200 The connecting lines on a parachute. Solution
  45. 45. $200 What are shroud lines? Title
  46. 46. $400 Section of the wing which can move up or down and control roll. Solution
  47. 47. $400 What are ailerons? Title
  48. 48. $600The ability of an object tofloat or rise when placed in a fluid. Solution
  49. 49. $600 What is buoyancy? Title
  50. 50. $800Small surfaces that can be moved to alter airflow and change an airplanes attitude. Solution
  51. 51. $800 What are control surfaces? Title
  52. 52. $1000 An object designed to obtain maximum lift when moving through the air (wing, rudder). Solution
  53. 53. $1000 What is an airfoil? Title

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