Q: What is the length of each wing?

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That is hard to answer as the Fokker Dr1 Triplane had 3 wings of different Length and Chord(which is the lenght of a section of the airfoil). Also the Upper wing had a large aileron that extended the chord and the length for a section of that wing. I found a chord dimension of 3 Feet 3 & 3/8 Inches. I think that is the middle wing. Length of each Wing. Upper Wing (with aileron) =23 Ft 7 In Middle Wing = 20 Ft 6 In Lower Wing = 18 Ft 9 In Tail- Horizontal, Width = 9 Ft 10 In Tail - Length(front to back) = 5 Ft 3 In

It's the length of the wing. Depends on make.

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The wing length of the F1 offspring will depend on the specific genetics of the parent organisms. It will be a combination of genetic factors from both parent organisms, following the principles of inheritance.

(For televisions) Aspect ratio is the ratio of the width of the television screen to the height. TVs do not have taper ratios. (For airplanes) Aspect ratio is a ratio of the wing span squared to the wing's reference area. This gives you a sense of how thin/slender a wing will appear from the top view of the aircraft. High aspect ratio means a long/extended wing. b² / S ("b" is wing span, "S" is wing area) Taper ratio is the ratio of the wingtip's length to the wing root's length. This gives you a sense of the angle the shape of the wing. High taper ratio means a triangular shaped wing. t/r ("t" is length of the wingtip, "r" is length of wing's root)

A plane's wingspan is the length of it's wing.

No. the wings of a kiwi are so small as to be invisible underneath their feathers. Each wing is less than 5cm in length.

The length of the wing, the weight of the wing, and the angles of the wing have impact. So do the speed thrown, wind speed, and temperature.

The length of a wing will affect the flight motion. The shape of the wing is also another factor that affects the speed of the flight.

If you reduce wing size the aircraft will take longer distance and will have to attain higher ground speed before lift-off.