||Why Do Race Cars Have Wings?
|What was the purpose of your experiment? Provide a brief description of what you were hoping to learn, discover, or study.:
||I was hoping to learn why race cars have wings.
|What was your hypothesis?:
||They have wings to keep them on the ground so they don’t go flying up like an airplane, with an opposite wing structure.
|What materials did you use in your experiment? List them all.:
||Piece of paper, about 10 x 2 inches.
|What procedure was followed? Provide a brief description of the steps you followed during your experiment.:
||I blew on the bottom of the paper. Then, I blew on the top.
|What were the results of your experiment?:
||When I blew on the top, it came up, when I blew on the bottom, it came down.
|What is your conclusion after conducting the experiment? Was your hypothesis correct or incorrect?:
||My hypothesis was correct, it keeps the car on the ground.
|Spend a few minutes learning about the scientific principles involved in your experiment. Write 3-4 sentences about what you learned and how it relates to your experiment.:
||Planes and race cars have opposite wings structures. Planes make it go up. (The first one.) Race Cars make it go down. (The second.)