My group’s Edison protocode

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Our protocode: The Edison will move forward until it senses an object. If it senses an object it will turn left, move forward, turn right, move forward, then turn right, move forward, and then finally turn left and keep going to a certain spot until it either reaches another obstacle or reaches the point it was trying to get to.

 

The mars rover is trying to get to another patch of land so that it can find new rock samples, but there are boulders in the way. So if it senses an obstacle, it will turn left, move forward, turn right, move forward, then turn right, move forward, and then finally turn left and keep going to the patch with new rock samples, unless there is another obstacle in which case it repeats this process.

BTN

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This video was about a boy named Solli Raphael and his poems. The thirteen- year old Solli Raphael has been writing poems since he was nine. He also performs them. He is really into slam poetry, and he also used to draw comics and write stories. He often writes poems about politics and pollution. Does he earn money from this? How does he get them published? I could probably be able to do that too but it would take a lot of work and also you would have to know the right people.

100 word challenge: … but they were exhausted…

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Alright. Lets diddley-iddly do this (to quote Ned Flanders from the Simpsons). TWEEET! The whistle blows and we’re off! My friends and I are competing in a team marathon of 40 kilometres, and I have a good feeling that we’re going to win. It’s our first time, but I reckon we’ll do alright and maybe even claim the first prize, 50,000 v-bucks. So far we’ve run about a kilometre. I look back on my team to tell them to go faster, but they were already exhausted. Uh-oh. They’re tired already? How are we going to manage like this?