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This is where the bridle lines and flying lines connect
a) Towing Point b) Sail c) Cover d) Vent
These lines are tied to a hole in a keel, or sewn into cover or pocket. The length depends upon the size of the kite and where it is connected to the kite. They are usually connected to a kite in pairs for balance.
a) Cover b) Sail c) Vent d) Bridle Lines
the front of the kite, which is usually, beautifully decorated.
a) Spars b) Keels/Flaps c) Sail/Cover d) Vents/Cells
The skeleton of a kite; gives support and shape to a kite.
a) Kite b) Spars c) Tails d) Flaps
A streamer hanging from not only the bottom of a kite, but maybe from center points along the sides of the kite or wherever the kite might need added weight.
a) Tail b) Flying Line c) Cover d) Towing Point
These parts are usually a three or four sided geometric shapes attached to the kite cover, usually at the center, but can also be attached along the sides or at the bottom of the kite.
a) Keels/Flaps b) Bridle Lines c) Kite d) Vent/Cells
These lines are tied to a hole in a keel, or sewn into cover or pocket. The length depends upon the size of the kite and where it is connected to the kite. They are usually connected to a kite in pairs for balance.
a) Keels/Flaps b) Bridle Lines c) Sail/Cover d) Vents
This is a toy consisting of a light frame with thin material stretched over it, flown in the wind at the end of a long string.
a) Bridle Line b) Towing Point c) Vent d) Kite
This is where the bridle lines and flying lines connect
a) Sail b) Cover c) Towing Point d) Keel
What are openings in the kite cover that allow winds to pass through the cells to help stabilize the kite and help the kite flyer keep the kite balanced as wind speed and strength vary.
a) Vents b) Bridle Lines c) Tails d) Sails
What is the measure of how much matter and object or body contains?
a) Mass b) Force c) Torque d) Energy
This is what pulls you down, or more exactly, towards the center of the earth
a) Work b) Kite c) Force d) Torque
What is the measure of how fast work can be done?
a) Sails b) Power c) Torque d) Mass
This force tends to rotate or turn things.
a) Torque b) Work c) Vents d) Energy
What is the measure of how long we can sustain the output of power, or how much work we can do?
a) Power b) Force c) Energy d) Mass
the brain of the robot
a) NXT b) Programmer c) Firmware d) Program Code
Text written as part of a program is called “code”.
a) Firmware b) NXT c) Program Code d) Robot
a microprogram stored in ROM, designed to implement a function that had previously been provided in software.
a) Firmware b) Program Code c) Programmer d) NXT
a person who programs a device, especially a computer
a) Robot b) Firmware c) Command d) Programmer
An instruction to a computer or device to perform a specific task.
a) NXT b) Program Code c) Programmer d) Command
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