By Kent Ninomiya, eHow Contributor
This paper airplane will fly 100 feet.
It is challenging to make paper airplanes that fly over 100
feet. Most paper airplanes lack the structural integrity to remain in the air
long enough to fly that far. A long-distance paper airplane must be sturdy so
the wind has a harder time blowing it down. The wings must be small so it can travel at high
speeds. It must also be thrown very hard at a precise angle if it is to fly
over 100 feet. This is among the most complex types of paper airplanes to make.
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Position the piece of paper so that the short side is horizontal
and the long side is vertical. Fold one of the top corners down to the opposite
edge so the top of the paper lines up with the opposite side. Unfold this, then
repeat with the other corner and unfold that. You will be left with the full
sheet of paper with an X folded in it.
Take a top corner and fold it down so it lines up with the X fold.
Leave the fold there and repeat with the other corner. Fold the paper in half
vertically, then unfold it. You will be left with a paper with a point upward
and a crease down the middle vertically.
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Fold the paper in half horizontally. Bring the top edge of the
paper down to the bottom edge of the paper.
Take one of the new upper corners and fold it down to the center
crease. Repeat this with the other new upper corner. Once you have folded both
sides down, unfold them.
Notice the creases in the paper. Find the ones that extend to the
bottom of the sheet. Trace one with your finger until it hits the flap of paper
that is folded over on top. At this juncture, fold the flap of paper up.
Find the outside edges of the paper and fold them in to the
closest diagonal crease in the paper. Do this on both sides. Fold both outside
edges in again along the diagonal creases already in the paper.
Fold the top point down at the juncture where the top point meets
the two edges you just folded in.
Turn the paper over and fold it in half vertically.
Fold the wings down, making sure to align them with the center
fold. Do this on both sides.
Position the wings so that they are angled slightly upward. If
they are not, the paper airplane will
not fly over 100 feet.
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Tips & Warnings
Throw this paper airplane as hard as you can at a 45-degree upward
angle. If it was made correctly, it should fly over 100 feet.
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