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I Gotta Stay Fly

This simple True/False quiz will test you over things that fly, and the concept of flight.


Quiz ID:#3401
Fun:*** (2.5)
Difficulty:** (1.47)
Created By:bigSWAFF_69_Aus******




#1   The lift of an aircraft is typically produced by the wings.

#2   The Wright Brothers' "Koerner Glider", named after their mother, was the name of the airplane used in the historic flight at Kitty Hawk.

#3   A Boeing 747 is an excellent example of a fixed-wing aircraft.

#4   Out of the following three types of aircraft, fixed-wing, rotorcraft, and ornithopter, a bird is most similar to a rotorcraft.

#5   While flying an airplane, if you want to ascend you should get your rear-wing elevators to flip downwards.

#6   Aircraft with a "tractor propeller" have been banned by the U.S. Army due to the propeller style causing many deaths of pilots.

#7   The four main forces of flight are: lift, thrust, drag, and weight (gravity).

#8   Ailerons are used, along with rudders, to turn and maneuver the aircraft during a flight.

#9   While taking off, a helicopter needs to have a forward speed around 25-50 mph (40-80 kph).

#10   The famous "Goodyear Blimp" is different from traditional blimps in that it has an internal rigid frame.





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