By US Air Force

Feb 17, 2004, 09:04 PST

**Math In Flight***Learning Math With Lessons On The Wright Brothers*

Download the **Math in Flight** Lesson (PDF file – Adobe Acrobat Required)

On December 17, 2003, we will be celebrating the centennial anniversary of the Wright brother’s first powered flight at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. The US Air Force has created this excellent Math In Flight education package to help celebrate the event.

In this package you will learn about calculating the center of gravity of an object, atmospheric pressure, time zones calculations, directional headings, slope of descent when landing a plane, the effect of headwinds and tailwinds on speed, and the effect of crosswinds on directional headings. This is a fascinating exploration of math and flight. Enjoy!

Have additional fun with these cool posters that you can download, print, and hang in your room. Click on the image to download the poster. (PDF file – Adobe Acrobat Required)

**Source: ** US Air ForceCentennial of Fligh Project

### Citation styles

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- Math in Flight – student version. (2012, December 7). In
*ClassBrain Teens*. Retrieved 22:27, May 28, 2017, from http://classbrain.net/teens/math-in-flight-student-version/ - MLA style
- Cynthia Kirkeby, “Math in Flight – student version.”
*ClassBrain Teens*. 7 December 2012, 13:09 UTC. . 28 May 2017 <http://classbrain.net/teens/math-in-flight-student-version/>. - MHRA style
- Cynthia Kirkeby, 'Math in Flight – student version',
*ClassBrain Teens*, 7 December 2012, 13:09 UTC, <http://classbrain.net/teens/math-in-flight-student-version/> [accessed 28 May 2017] - The Chicago Manual of Style
- Cynthia Kirkeby, “Math in Flight – student version.”
*ClassBrain Teens*, http://classbrain.net/teens/math-in-flight-student-version/ [accessed May 28, 2017]. - CBE/CSE style
- Cynthia Kirkeby, Math in Flight – student version [Internet]. ClassBrain Teens; 2012 December 7, 13:09 UTC [cited 2017 May 28]. Available from: http://classbrain.net/teens/math-in-flight-student-version/.
- Bluebook style
- Math in Flight – student version, http://classbrain.net/teens/math-in-flight-student-version/ (last visited May. 28, 2017).
- AMA style
- Cynthia Kirkeby, Math in Flight – student version. ClassBrain Teens. December 7, 2012, 13:09 UTC. Available at: http://classbrain.net/teens/math-in-flight-student-version/. Accessed May 28, 2017.

### Citation styles

- APA style
- Math in Flight – student version. (2012, December 7). In
*ClassBrain Teens*. Retrieved 22:28, May 28, 2017, from http://classbrain.net/teens/math-in-flight-student-version/ - MLA style
- Cynthia Kirkeby, “Math in Flight – student version.”
*ClassBrain Teens*. 7 December 2012, 13:09 UTC. . 28 May 2017 <http://classbrain.net/teens/math-in-flight-student-version/>. - MHRA style
- Cynthia Kirkeby, 'Math in Flight – student version',
*ClassBrain Teens*, 7 December 2012, 13:09 UTC, <http://classbrain.net/teens/math-in-flight-student-version/> [accessed 28 May 2017] - The Chicago Manual of Style
- Cynthia Kirkeby, “Math in Flight – student version.”
*ClassBrain Teens*, http://classbrain.net/teens/math-in-flight-student-version/ [accessed May 28, 2017]. - CBE/CSE style
- Cynthia Kirkeby, Math in Flight – student version [Internet]. ClassBrain Teens; 2012 December 7, 13:09 UTC [cited 2017 May 28]. Available from: http://classbrain.net/teens/math-in-flight-student-version/.
- Bluebook style
- Math in Flight – student version, http://classbrain.net/teens/math-in-flight-student-version/ (last visited May. 28, 2017).
- AMA style
- Cynthia Kirkeby, Math in Flight – student version. ClassBrain Teens. December 7, 2012, 13:09 UTC. Available at: http://classbrain.net/teens/math-in-flight-student-version/. Accessed May 28, 2017.

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