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Hi all,
I was wondering if you guys had any ideas:

so I have this challenge to build the strongest bridge.
I hav 2 fibres : cellulose (in the form of wooden sticks)
and long strands of carbon fibre
i have some tape and a gap (obviously, to build the bridge above)

its a small bridge about the length of an arm

what would the best way be to combine these materials using cello tape to create the sturdiest structure

do the materials hav any weaknesses?
any strengths?

could you list some of their properties?

I researched it and it seems like carbon fibre is a pretty strong material and it is also relatively flexible

the bridge needs to be clear enough for a small toy car the size of a toe to pass onto it.

which material should be used for structural support, which 1 for the construction?

how else could i reinforce the bridge?

thank you
sorry this is a bit long
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