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Mr. Credeur

Ch 2 test

The last 100 years have shown many changes in travel. True
The Wright brothers made the first flight with an engine-powered machine in? 1903
Orville & Wilbur sent a ______ to their father telling him of their flight's success. letter
After the 1903 flight, the Wright brothers were not eger to show their plane to anyone. True
The Wright brothers needed a _____ to keep others from stealing their idea. patent
When the Wright brothers offered their invention to the United States War Department, it was not immediately accepted. True
The army wanted proof that the plane could fly for a distance of 125 miles at 40 miles per hour with ___ men aboard. two
The first military plane was bought by the army in 1909. true
The Wright brothers wanted to produce _____ for the army. airplanes
A piece of Flyer cloth was taken to the moon by Samuel Langley. No it was Neil Armstrong.
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