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## C&S (S)- Checkpoint reflection

Share briefly your current building process/design thinking cycle application Our building process is greatly connected to the design thinking cycle. At the beginning of the school year, we began our first team meeting discussing what our intended purpose was. We asked ourselves what do we want our robot to do? Should we focus on a single…

## Progress Report November 26, Monday

What are you going today? Today we are going to spend the whole time testing autonomous and doing driver control practice. We will make a change to the code and test it, then we will analyze what we need to change in the code. While Pratham updates the code I will do driver control practice….

## Progress report November 19, Monday

What are you going today? Today we are going to be fixing the intake and building an effective barrier. The current barrier makes a very loud sound and breaks very easily. It is also not 100 percent effective as the ball can still go over the barrier sometimes.  We also are going to change the…

## (S)Caesar Cypher Encryption

GITHUB: https://gist.github.com/NotOPSheel/727ffde02efeeb08c8366896076864b6 What encryption method have you chosen, why did you choose it? Caesar Cipher is a very simple substitution type cipher that was invented by Julius Caesar. This encryption algorithm translates each letter in the string a fixed number of positions in the alphabet. Then the encrypted message is decrypted by translating in the opposite direction….

## Progress Report November 12, Monday

What are you going today? Today We will be testing out our intake and flywheel. We will test how they work individually and how effective they are working with the robot as a whole. We will take note of what is wrong and what works well with each part of the robot. We are currently…

## (F)Types of Encryption and Decryption Algorithms

Caesar Cipher This is a very simple substitution type cipher that was invented by Julius Caesar. This encryption algorithm translates each letter in the string a fixed number of positions in the alphabet. Then the encrypted message is decrypted by translating in the opposite direction. This algorithm worked well a long time ago, but it…

## Digital signal processing

What are the differences between digital and analog? Digital and analog signals can be used to complete tasks, but they have differences that determine how it is done. Digital signals can only have 2 values, 1 and 0. 1 means on, and 0 means off. Because of this, digital signals cannot be precise as there…