XxMuslimxX
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XxMuslimxX
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1. Start off by preparing three pieces of paper. The papers must be 8 1/2×11 inches, 7×9 1/2 inches, and 5 1/2x 8 inches. (This paper needs to be the same type of paper). 2. Fold the papers into the same design for all three. The design doesn’t matter. 3. Use the same force to throw the airplanes. Measure how far each one flies (in footsteps) Your Hypothesis: I think that the smaller the Airplane the further it will fly. I already did the above instructions. The attachment has my results...
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XxMuslimxX
  • XxMuslimxX
And now, I have to answer these questions: • What is my independent variable? • What is my dependent variable? • What are my constant variables? • Do your results support your hypothesis? • What conclusions would you make from your data?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ugh i know this but it's been absolutely forever.... you would probably be better off asking someone else, sorry.

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XxMuslimxX
  • XxMuslimxX
It's fine. I just need help before 5:00 because thats when its due....
XxMuslimxX
  • XxMuslimxX
@TheBallisticOne Would the independent variable be "The size of the airplane"?
XxMuslimxX
  • XxMuslimxX
THis is what I have so far: • What is my independent variable? The size of the airplane • What is my dependent variable? The design of the airplane • What are my constant variables? The distance the airplane goes.
XxMuslimxX
  • XxMuslimxX
Nevermind. I'll just submit and see what I get....:c

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