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How to Make the Longest-Flying Paper Airplane.?

Answer

1. Mark a point on each side of the end of the paper, two inches from the edge. Mark a point on each side of the paper 1/2 inch from the opposite end. 2. Fold the paper long ways from the outside dot on the end to the outside dot on the other. Repeat
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