I’m curious as to why the flap settings on the 182 at 20 degrees have a stall speed of 29KIAS at 0 degree bank and full flaps is 35 KIAS at 3100 lbs ? Now the CAS is 50 knots at 20 and 49 at full. I recently finished 208EX training at flight safety and decided to start flying the 182 instead of the 172 I have been flying. They are the only 3 aircraft I have ever put time in besides an Extra 200. I guess I have never flown an aircraft with a lower stall speed with less flaps? Do full flaps create more disruption in airflow causing a higher stall speed? I’m not a wing engineer nor designer. It just seems odd to me. I know in my 172 I cant do a go around with 40 degrees of flaps(say they are stuck) when its really heavy,nor do I ever use that setting but I know that’s part of the reason they limit 172 models with gross weight increase to 30 degrees of flaps is for go around issues.