Paper Airplane Design Challenge Design an attractive airplane that returns the best results when tested for accuracy, distance and time aloft. Team Name: Paper N.A.S.A

Design:

Iteration #1

Results

Accuracy

Distance

Time Aloft

Trial #1

6 feet 4 in

9 feet

7.0

To calculate the average of each category, add each trial and divide the sum by 3.

Iteration #2

Results

Accuracy

Distance

Time Aloft

Trial #2

5 feet 2 in

4 feet

.91

To calculate the average of each category, add each trial and divide the sum by 3.

Iteration #3

Results

Accuracy

Distance

Time Aloft

Trial #3

3 in

24 feet

.99

To calculate the average of each category, add each trial and divide the sum by 3.

Iteration #4

Time Aloft

Distance

Accuracy

Results

Accuracy

Distance

Time Aloft

Trial #4

5 feet4 in

4 feet

.96

To calculate the average of each category, add each trial and divide the sum by 3.

Reflections

Consider, Discuss & Hypothesize:

Describe at least 2 ideas you "borrowed" from other groups. How did these ideas help/improve your plane?

we used the idea of a tiny plane

we used a origami book

Describe at least 1 idea you tried that FAILed. Why was it a FAILure? How did you overcome that FAILure?

the first plane got threw to hard by Henry.

Hypothesize: What specific design elements might make a difference when testing for accuracy, distance and time aloft? Why?

Accuracy - throw liter

Distance - less folds

Time Aloft - a little plane

Internet Research

Paste links to 2 internet resources & describe an idea you "borrowed" from each.

Design an attractive airplane that returns the best results when tested for accuracy, distance and time aloft.Team Name: Paper N.A.S.A## Design:

## Iteration #1

ResultsAccuracyDistanceTime AloftTrial #1To calculate the average of each category, add each trial and divide the sum by 3.## Iteration #2

ResultsAccuracyDistanceTime AloftTrial #2To calculate the average of each category, add each trial and divide the sum by 3.## Iteration #3

ResultsAccuracyDistanceTime AloftTrial #3To calculate the average of each category, add each trial and divide the sum by 3.## Iteration #4

ResultsAccuracyDistanceTime AloftTrial #4To calculate the average of each category, add each trial and divide the sum by 3.## Reflections

Consider, Discuss & Hypothesize:Describe at least 2 ideas you "borrowed" from other groups. How did these ideas help/improve your plane?Describe at least 1 idea you tried that FAILed. Why was it a FAILure? How did you overcome that FAILure?Hypothesize: What specific design elements might make a difference when testing for accuracy, distance and time aloft? Why?## Internet Research

Paste links to 2 internet resources & describe an idea you "borrowed" from each.## Mining the Process:

Please consider & discuss the following with your team. Take notes then record your ideas in Audacity and upload it below.