Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Sensabot Speeds Chart

A Independent variable is the one that is changed. In my experiment independent variable is the tile, blacktop, and the carpet. A dependent variable is the factor that is measured and it depends on the independent.  In my experiment dependent variable is the speed. A controlled variable are all the factors that don't change or stay the same. In my experiment controlled variable is the robot and the program.

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Sensabot Challenge Videos

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Sensabot Challenge

The first block made the robot go forward 3.5 wheel rotations. The second block makes the arm go down -0.25. The third block makes the arm go up 0.25. The fourth block make the robot move forward 4.4 wheel rotations. The fifth block make the arm go down -0.25. The sixth block makes the arm go back up 0.25. The seventh block makes the robot go forward 3.8 wheel rotations. The eighth block makes the arm go down -0.25. The ninth block makes the arm go back up 0.25. The last block makes the robot go back to it's starting point. We did that by adding up the times it went forward so our total was 12.6. The struggle that we had was that our wheel rotation s would keep getting different so we had to work with that. That was how our code worked.