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Prospect, CT- 10 April 2015-041015CM01-  Payton Kane, 9, a third grade student at Algonquin School talks about her project during the 20th annual science fair in Prospect on Friday.  Kane's hypothesis was to determine if the tail of a kite would alter it's flying ability.  Kane said that her experiment showed her that the longer the tail, the higher the kite went.  Approximately 100 children participated in the science fair, which included students from five of the school's third graders said Deb Pannone, a third grade teacher at the school.  Pannone added that students used a combination of their  subjects to complete their projects, which they had been working on for two months.  Christopher Massa Republican-American