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### ENGR_1110_Assignment_5

Course: ENGR 1110, Fall 2008
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1110 ENGR Fall 2008 Assignment 5 (Individual) Alice - Distance and Motion Assigned: Monday September 29, 2008 Due: Sunday October 5, 2008 11:00 PM This assignment is designed to introduce you to the basics of distance and relative motion. There are two parts to this assignment and you must turn in both parts as separate Alice worlds. To receive credit for this assignment you must complete the following steps. 1....

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1110 ENGR Fall 2008 Assignment 5 (Individual) Alice - Distance and Motion Assigned: Monday September 29, 2008 Due: Sunday October 5, 2008 11:00 PM This assignment is designed to introduce you to the basics of distance and relative motion. There are two parts to this assignment and you must turn in both parts as separate Alice worlds. To receive credit for this assignment you must complete the following steps. 1. Complete Exercise 4 on page 147 of the text. You can use any vehicle in the gallery, not just the blimp. Save work your in an Alice world file named Assignment5-1.a2w. 2. Complete Exercise 7 on page 149 of the text. Straight line motion will receive full credit while curved motion (i.e., an arc) will be eligible for up to 10 points extra credit. Save your work in an Alice world file named Assignment5-2.a2w. 3. Submit BOT...

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