A biplane has two main wings, one above the other.
This is mainly on older planes though.
-- An infinite number of different planes can intersect the same line. -- The same line can lie in an infinite number of different planes. -- An infinite number of different lines can intersect the same plane.
Given a line, there are an infinite number of different planes that it lies in.
The first planes1.Orville And Wilbur Wright's Biplane (It looks like a biplane but actually a glider)2.4 BisNOTE:I only know 2 planes built so i may research to find the other first 8 planes
a biplane is an aeroplane with two sets of wings, one above the other.
One would describe a biplane as a wing that can be used as a fixed wing for an aircraft, this has two wings that used biplane design to fly the aircraft one after the other. The other biplane in biology is a wing of some animals that can fly.
first use: they were one of the first planes to fly successfully. They were used in ww1 and the first part of ww2. Now they are used in air clubs, air shows and as private planes
Absolutely. Well, actually that depends what you consider a "normal airplane," however, fighters are very different from most other planes.
All biplanes have different wheelspans .
Cessnas have high wing, and most other small planes have low wing.
They have to stay away from other planes so flying at different heights gives them room. Several can be "stacked".
A biplane works just the same as any other aircraft except it has much more wing area.
It was a small bi plane. Biplane are planes that have two wings. This plane's design was not aerodynamic. It created much drag.
Yes the very first carrier landing was on the Uss Langley and the pilots name was Ely. He was flying a Biplane.
Bessie Coleman flew a wide variety of aircraft but she mostly flew a Curtiss JN-4 "Jenny" biplane .