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Post H99 Training Table
Our teacher wants us to use the Planet H99 Training Table. I am using the Curriculum Pack for Lego Mindstorms NXT. I cannot find the table. I downloaded the Planet H99 Operation Reset which was the only Planet H99 VW I could find. I would appreciate any help.

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Post Re: H99 Training Table
The H99 Training Table is the same as the "Classic Table" or "Robotics Academy Challenge" table, depending on which version of the Curriculum Pack you have installed.

If it is the newest version, it'll be under the "Utilities" tab.

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Post Re: H99 Training Table
Thank you. I found it under the Classic Table.

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Hi, I was trying to formulate interesting problem statement for school kids based on Ratios and Proportions. The idea was to move the different virtual bots for exactly 1 rotation on the distance utility and derive PI from that

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Post Re: H99 Training Table
If you choose one of the tables that has "walls" you could do it based off of sonar distance.

Initial Sonar reading - final sonar reading = distance traveled in one rotation

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