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The Wright Brothers' First Flight
This week in history, the Wright Brothers took to the sky and changed the way travel works. Take our quiz on the first flight and see how you do.
1. What year did the Wright Brothers pilot the first airplane?
   1890
   1900
   1903
   1910
   1920
2. Prior to designed flying machines, the Wright Brothers worked on what?
   Bicycles
   Boats
   Balloons
   Parachutes
   Skateboards
3. What did the Wright Brothers name their first plane?
   Airplane
   Winged Victory
   Lucky Ace
   Wright Flyer
   Wrong Flyer
4. How did they determine who would fly first?
   Rock, paper, scissors
   Coin toss
   Wrestling match
   Pie eating contest
   Drawing sticks
5. The Wrights built what in order to figure out how to control a plane?
   Hot air balloon
   Parachute
   Kite
   Small scale model
   Wheel
6. In 1904, the Wrights flew the first what?
   Transatlantic flight
   Bi-plane
   Tri-plane
   Night flight
   Complete circle
7. The first eyewitness account of the Wrights' flight appeared in what kind of journal?
   Aviation
   Bird watching
   Kite flying
   Bee keeping
   Nautical
8. The first Wright airplane made it all the way to where?
   Moon
   Canada
   Ohio
   Marianas Trench
   Florida Keys
9. The Wright Monument was the largest monument built for what?
   A machine
   A living person
   A scientist
   A college graduate
   An idea
10. Where was the kite invented?
   India
   England
   Australia
   China
   Greece



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