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real plane

[′rēl ‚plān]
(mathematics)
A plane whose points are assigned ordered pairs of real numbers for coordinates.
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The FW-190 based on a real plane in a German museum will join his British Spitfire fighter and his American P-51 Mustang fighter.
"Actually real planes are pretty flimsy - frighteningly so - when you start cutting into them.
"It's scaled down [ for this production] - it's not the size of a real plane anymore but you probably can't tell that as it still looks huge.
Although the controls are not exactly the real thing, it is similar, giving kids the feel of how it is to fly a real plane. It's better than any videogame because everything is experiential, not virtual.
"Our simulators are as close to reality as can be, most of the controls are taken from a real plane," said Ivo Poricky, a trained pilot and of of the on-site flight instructors.
Tom uses the simulator to augment his practice in a real plane. He flew solo for the first time on his 16th birthday.
It's such a great experience to be able to sit in a real plane and feel the turbulence while you are in the air.
has no [g.sup.1.sub.2]) the real plane curve obtained by this net has only points of multiplicity at most 2.
The Galilean space is a three dimensional complex projective space [P.sub.3] in which the absolute figure {w, f, [I.sub.1],[I.sub.2]} consist of a real plane w (the absolute plane), a real line f [subset] w (the absolute line) and two complex conjugate points [I.sub.1],[I.sub.2] [member of] f (the absolute points).
However, as I quickly discovered, the simulator's aircraft control column is ultra-sensitive, just as it is on a real plane, and when you realise you're out of position there's a tendency to over correct that makes matters worse.
"Flying here to the World Championships was my first ever time in a real plane! Now I'm off back home as champion!