Connected to our arm which comes up and down at a 90

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connected to our arm which comes up and down at a 90-degree angle are being used as servos based on the code that I program for the robot. Our robot starts off with sensing an object in front of it using the ultrasonic sensor that we mounted right in between the U-shaped frame of our robot. The sensor is set so that when the robot senses anything that is at most 10 cm or least, it will lower its arm and proceed to drive in reverse and then lift it’s arm so that it can release the object. After all that is done, it will then begin to turn so that it is at a 45 degree angle from the last object it deposited. As it is reversing, it will make a long-sustained beeping sound to notify it’s surrounding that it is backing up. After completing its turn, it will proceed to go forward until something else blocks it motion, (in our case, a ball of paper that is supposedly resembling a pile of leaves). This motion will be continued into the robot is shut off using a slide switch on the back of the robot. The switch shuts off the entire Arduino by essential causing an overload of appliances on the board causing the Arduino to turn itself off. Sketch: YouTube link:
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