Barobo
Learning CS and Math with Robotics

Triangle-Loving Robots #1

Piano MinView
Linkbot Image Mindstorm Image
x-12-60612y1260-6-12
Grid Lines:
Tics Lines:
Width px
Hash Lines:
Width px
Labels:
Font px
Trace Lines:
Robot 1:
Width px
Robot 2:
Width px
Robot 3:
Width px
Robot 4:
Width px
Simple View: Grid Size: S M L
Coord: x-axis y-axis Grid Lines: x-axis y-axis
Grid: 12x12 inches 24x24 inches 36x36 inches
72x72 inches 96x96 inches 192x192 inches
1x1 inches 2x2 inches Fraction:
Quad: 1 Quadrant 4 Quadrants 1&4 Quadrants
Units: US Customary Metric Ruler:
Background Image

Robot 1

0
S
M
L
Initial Position:
( in, in)
Initial Angle:
deg
Current Position: (0 in, 0 in)
Current Angle: 0 deg
Wheel Radius:

Robot 2

0
S
M
L
Initial Position:
( in, in)
Initial Angle:
deg
Current Position: (0 in, 4 in)
Current Angle: 0 deg
Wheel Radius:

Robot 3

0
S
M
L
Initial Position:
( in, in)
Initial Angle:
deg
Current Position: (0 in, 8 in)
Current Angle: 0 deg
Wheel Radius:

Robot 4

0
S
M
L
Initial Position:
( in, in)
Initial Angle:
deg
Current Position: (0 in, 12 in)
Current Angle: 0 deg
Wheel Radius:
Triangle-Loving Robots #1
Triangle-Loving Robots #1

Starting at the origin, a robot travels 9 inches in the positive x direction, then turns 90 degrees to the left and travels another 9 inches in the y direction, as indicated in the code blocks provided. Drag and drop a turn() code block and a driveDistance() code block to the Workspace and connect them to the existing code blocks to get the robot back to the origin, and test your result with a virtual robot and/or a hardware robot.

Load Blocks
Hardware
LArduino
Workspace Show Ch Save File Console

		
Rubbish bin
Time