Can you pass this quiz on hot air balloons? Hot air balloons have long been of curious interest to those who love an excellent adventure. The smallest air balloon takes from four to six passengers and a pilot, while the largest can hold up to eighteen passengers and a pilot. This quiz will demonstrate how much you know about hot air balloons.
To close the hole at the top of the envelope
To direct air into the envelope
To direct air into the gores
To burn the propane to inflate the envelope
The gas that is foreign to the air that is emmited from burning propane is lighter than the air outside the balloon, which creates buoyancy
The air being blown into the balloon pushed on the envelope which creates buoyancy that lifts the balloon
The hot air being blown into the envelope is lighter than the air on the outside of the balloon, which created buoyancy that lifts the balloon
The Archimedes Principle does not apply to a hot air balloon.
The burners blow hot air into the envelope. Because the hot air is less dense than the cold air outside of the balloon, it floats which makes it fly.
The burners blow hot air into the basket. Because the hot air is less dense than the cold air outside of the balloon, it floats which makes it fly.
There are jets that blow air at the ground, and it flies.
A steering wheel
Nothing. It just floats
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