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It is very simple i think even simpler than the solution i will suggest:(I think that this answer has been said and also the riddle is not accurate as the given clues is not clear)

-with a tool like a nail you can make a hole in the tire and measure the time air takes to get out

and get another tire (not installed to a plane) and make the same hole with the same tool and measure the time it takes to get out..(repeat the steps for all the plane tires)

so that when the pressure of the tire is x time is y and when pressure is a time is b you can get by that way the pressure acting by the wire and the mass of the aeroplane where P=mg/A where where you got P and you have g and can get A approximately you can get m

-Determine the engine force that the pilot will apply in his flight when the plane is in horizontal position then resolute the force of the engine to the direction of motion and against weight so the component against weight divided by 9.8 is the mass

-you can ask anyone from the airport who will really know

-by measuring momentum as it impinges with anything i put in it's way when it is starting to move so that the momentum of thing i put (block of wood) can be measured you know it's velocity and you can apply the law of conservation of momentum

-I think the solution is even simpler.

-with a tool like a nail you can make a hole in the tire and measure the time air takes to get out

and get another tire (not installed to a plane) and make the same hole with the same tool and measure the time it takes to get out..(repeat the steps for all the plane tires)

so that when the pressure of the tire is x time is y and when pressure is a time is b you can get by that way the pressure acting by the wire and the mass of the aeroplane where P=mg/A where where you got P and you have g and can get A approximately you can get m

-Determine the engine force that the pilot will apply in his flight when the plane is in horizontal position then resolute the force of the engine to the direction of motion and against weight so the component against weight divided by 9.8 is the mass

-you can ask anyone from the airport who will really know

-by measuring momentum as it impinges with anything i put in it's way when it is starting to move so that the momentum of thing i put (block of wood) can be measured you know it's velocity and you can apply the law of conservation of momentum

-I think the solution is even simpler.

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