Inverted gull wing aircraft have a wing configuration in which the inboard wing section (i.e. adjoining the fuselage) is set at an anhedral angle, i.e. the outer end is lower than the wing root, while the outboard section is set at an dihedral angle with the outer end (usually the wingtip) higher than the inner end. Seen from the front, this wing configuration has an elongated 'W'-shape.
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