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Flight test

A simple test of why flight is awsesome

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How does planes fly? Planes use Bernoulli's principle thrust increases where pressures are unbalanced, they gain lift. then they gain more lift and fly
State a principle of air Air has mass, Air has pressure, Air takes up space.
How does the properties of air helps with flight? Air has Pressure takes up space helps most in flight as of the pressure of air is the property generating lift and air takes up space defines the law.
What is the purpose of an airfoil? An airfoil creates uneven pressure between the upper and lower parts of the wing, unbalancing the pressure and generating lift.
How do birds fly? Birds flap their wings , generating thrust and lift, they use a forward and backwards stroke for force and they use their wings to glide.
State newtons three principles in order 1: objects remain in their current motion unless interacted by an outer unbalanced force 2: F=AxS 3: For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction
Why do some airplanes have larger wings than others? Some airplanes have larger wings than others because they require more lift to operate.
Define motion A type of movement, thrust, a pull, a push, it could be diagonal, forwards, sideways, anything.
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