Today, students learned about the aspect ratio of wings and how they relate to the amount of lift a wing generates. Using Plane Maker and X-Plane simulator, the class modified the wing of a Vans RV 10 aircraft with five different aspect ratios. They then proceeded to fly each aircraft three times recording the takeoff distance for each takeoff. The class came to the conclusion that the wing with the largest aspect ratio generated the greatest amount of lift and required the least amount of runway to lift off. Just like the previous days, students spent time flying simulators, flying the RC airplane, and building the RC Piper Cub.