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# EV3 Phi. Tasks for the yo-yo challenge

Specific challenge on programming the robot to move as a Yo-Yo

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• 15 Mar 2017
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### The challenge

Program the robot to move six times:

•  forward and backward for some long distance;
•  then forward and backward for some shorter distance;
•  and finally forward and backward for very short distance.

### Possible settings

Choose the distances on your own, and according to the space you have available.
The easiest numbers could be 3, 2, 1 rotations, but be free to feel creative and choose your own values.

### Courses with this episode

The episode is used in the following courses where you can find additional tasks for it to use in class

### The challenge

Program the robot to move six times:

•  forward and backward for some long distance;
•  then forward and backward for some shorter distance;
•  and finally forward and backward for very short distance.

### Possible settings

Choose the distances on your own, and according to the space you have available.
The easiest numbers could be 3, 2, 1 rotations, but be free to feel creative and choose your own values.

### English

You already know how to use a number of blocks and the next few tasks are about the Yo-yo challenge. What you should do is to program the robot to move forward for a long distance, backward for a long distance then forward for a short distance shorter backward for a shorter and then forward for even shorter distance and backward for even shorter distance. So, like 6 movements. Try to implement it in a program in the next following tasks.