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Is it common to say "食べるのだろうか？". It sounds to me like: "I wonder if (someone) is going to eat (something)"/ "Is (someone) going to eat (something)?" or "I wonder if (someone) regularly eats (something)"/ "Does (someone) regularly eat (something)?" 食べるんだろうか / 食べるのかな would sound more casual. You could also say "食べようか？". First off, is that ...
There is no relation here. It is simply 何機も followed by the form 〜（よ）うとする. The 何機も corresponds to the combat planes because planes are counted with 機. The 何 + counter + も pattern just means "several" or an undetermined amount of that thing. For example 食堂に生徒が何人もいます → There are several / There are a number of students in the cafeteria. So your ...
I think your question may be answered with this post: Does -ou / -you / -mashou conjugation have a negative form? Probably the closest would be to: add まい to the dictionary form of the verb say stem-ないように
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