# Test Your Knowledge Of Helicopters With This Quiz

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There is so much extraordinary technology out there these days that even the most mind-blowing of feats can seem like something as simple as the wind blowing or the birds singing. One example of which is helicopters! We spend so much time talking about the miracle of flight and how airplanes work without paying any notion to choppers, and that changes today! How much do you know?

• 1.

### What angle does a helicopter land and take off at?

• A.

Vertically

• B.

Horizontally

• C.

Down

• D.

Whatever angle a hamburger is at.

A. Vertically
Explanation
A helicopter lands and takes off vertically.

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• 2.

### An airfoil doesn't help control the helicopter.

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
An airfoil helps control and produce lift in/on a helicopter.

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• 3.

### When the helicopter isn't touching the ground any more it is called.....

• A.

Lift

• B.

• C.

Attack

A. Lift
Explanation
When a helicopter is no longer touching the ground it is not blade because that is a part of a propeller it is not attack because that means something totally different so it is called lift and also it 'lifts' the helicopter.

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• 4.

### What is the MOST LIKLEY option of why helicopters fly?

• A.

Because people lift it up

• B.

Because the airfoils and rotors work together to create lift

• C.

Because the airfoil doesn't do anything

• D.

Because the helicopter is magic

B. Because the airfoils and rotors work together to create lift
Explanation
The correct answer is because the airfoils and rotors work together to create lift. Helicopters are able to fly because of the principle of aerodynamics. The airfoils, which are the blades of the rotor, are designed in a way that when they rotate, they create lift by generating a difference in air pressure between the top and bottom surfaces of the blades. This lift allows the helicopter to overcome gravity and stay airborne. The rotors, on the other hand, provide the necessary thrust and control for the helicopter to move in different directions.

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• 5.

### Helicopters are the only flying device.

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
There air other flying devices such as airplanes, and toys.

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