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Learning CS and Math with Robotics
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Modeling the Rate of Ducks Landing in a Lake with a Linear Equation
Modeling the Rate of Ducks Landing in a Lake with a Linear Equation
The pre-placed blocks will draw ducks landing in a lake at a constant rate. Run the program and observe the amount of ducks that appear over an amount of time to create a linear equation modeling this relationship. Type the linear equation into the text box that appears at the end of the program. Enter your equation in the form y=m*x, and convert any fractions into decimals.
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