# Jade Red and Cannonballhead Game Instructions

Game Instructions:

Jade Red and Cannonballhead are developing a three dimensional distance calculator to solve for the distance between 2 coordinates of an XYZ 3 dimensional axis. The calculator will be created using HTML(Hypertext Markup Language), Cascade Style Sheets, and JavaScript programming language. You can use this version of the Jade Red and Cannonball Head calculator here(below), as it is in version 2.0.1 of development.

### The calculator seen below is known as the "Version 2.0.1 Jade Red and Cannonballhead XYZ Axis Coordinates Distance Calculator Calculator Version 2.0.1"

# Enter the players XYZ axis coordinates (then proceed to step #1):

Player 1 Coordinates (Communication Core) = (x_{1}, y_{1}, z_{1}) = (, , )

Player 2 Coordinates (Communication Core) = (x_{2}, y_{2}, z_{2}) = (, , )

## Step #1

distance = √((x_{1} - x_{2})^{2} + (y_{1} - y_{2})^{2} + (z_{1} - z_{2})^{2})

(The coordinates you entered above for the players are now shown in the equation here in step 1)

Click each red, green, and blue subtraction equation buttons to show an answer and a color,

then place each answer into the matching color boxes of step 2.

^{2}+ ( - )

^{2}+ ( - )

^{2})

## Step #2

Place your answers from step 1 into their matching color equation boxes here in step 2. Then press each limegreen (x-x)² equation button to give the answer to the limegreen boxes. When the answers show in all the lime colored answer boxes proceed to step 3.distance = √ + +

## Step #3

After you have answers in each lime colored box you can press this button (place this orange color answer into the orange and purple boxes of step 4)

## Step #4

distance = √() ((Orange Box)=This is your answer written as a square root (you'll need to simplify square root answers when necessary [example: √12 is the same as 2√3. √6 is not the same as 2√3.]## Elevation Angles

Examples to solve:

- Use the distance you found in the 'XYZ Axis Coordinates Distance Calculator Calculator' as the hypotenuse length.

- The green colored answer in step #1 of the XYZ coordinates calculator is the measurement of the distance of the other player's height above or below you. It is a y-axis length and is the axis your Communication Core's Drone Satellite will travel on, in an up and down direction. Use the distance as your adjacent length. (If the green answer in step #1 is zero there is no elevation angle to solve for)

- Insert lengths into the yellow and turquoise bordered boxes. Then press the red 'PUSH' button.
- Copy and paste answers into the matching color input boxes. Use the corresponding buttons to provide answers into the next color box.

#### If you know the length opposite the angle and the hypotenuse, use this calculator.

/ (note: Hypotenuse must be longer than the opposite length)

#### If you know the adjacent length and the hypotenuse length, use this calculator.

/ (note: Hypotenuse must be longer than the adjacent length)

#### If you know the length opposite the angle and the adjacent length, use this calculator.

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# PREPARE FOR ARC LENGTH MEASUREMENT!!!

Arc Length = 2πr(angle° ÷ 360)

Surface Area = 4πr^{2}

Jade Red's and Cannonballhead's axis ranges:X minimum 0 and maximum 239.

Y minimum 0 and maximum 240. Z minimum 0 and maximum 240.New coordinates for Jade Red and Cannonballhead are generated each time this page is visited.Players axis ranges are from -206265 to 206265.Jade Red's and Cannonballhead's locations on:and milliseconds(The digital time display is stopped time in 24 hour format; hours:minutes:seconds)Play with this color calculator.X Y Z Jade Red Cannonballhead Jade Red Coins Red Orange Yellow Green Blue Indigo Violet 0 0 0 0 The coin count starts at 0 every 24 hours starting at midnight.60 red = 1 Jade Red coin //occurs every hour 60 orange = 1 red //occurs every minute 1000 yellow = 1 orange //occurs every second 100 green = 100 yellow //occurs every .1 of a second 10 blue = 1 green //occurs every .01 of a second 10 indigo = 1 blue //occurs every .001 of a second 10 violet = 1 indigo //occurs every .0001 of a second Ultraviolet Coin = 1 violet //occurs every .00001 of a second

The Jade Red Coins created by Jade Red and Cannonballhead are divided equally to the amount of players, so that the total number of Jade Red Coins that were collected is equal to the amount of JC coins that the each player will have; After a Jade Red Coin is divided the coin is known as a JC coin; the result is the player owning the same amount of JC coins as there are Infrared coins.

To find the value of JC coins: Use the amount of Jade Red Coins collected(see table chart above), and divide it with the total amount of players.

Jade Red Coins**÷**Amount of Players

Players Communication Core Color X Y Z Ghost Coordinate Computer White RGB(255,255,255) Computer Red RGB(255,0,0) -500 300 400 (-50, 100, 150) Computer Orange RGB(255,165,0) -500 300 -400 Computer Yellow RGB(255,255,0) 500 300 -400 Computer Green RGB(255,128,0) 500 -300 400 Computer Blue RGB(0,0,255) -500 -300 400 Computer Indigo RGB(75,0,130) -500 -300 -400 Computer Violet RGB(238,130,238) 500 -300 -400 XYZ axis minimums and maximums -206265 to 206265

Top Speed = 3,437 units/sec

To solve for the amount of time to travel a known distance use this equation: Distance/Rate=Time

Distance (units)**÷**Rate of Speed (units per second) = Time00:00:00

Colors flying around in this home page: CannonballHead in his #323232, Maroon #800000, #900020, Brown #a52a2a, Red #ff0000, Tomato #ff6347, Orange #ffa050, Gold #ffd700, Yellow #ffff00, JadeRed in her olive color #808000, Green #008000, Lime #00ff00, Lightgreen #90ee90, Aqua/Cyan #00ffff, Turquoise #40e0d0, DodgerBlue #1e90ff, Teal #40e0d0, Blue #0000ff, Indigo #4b0082, Purple #800080, Fuchsia/Magenta #ff00ff, #c060a6, Violet #ee82ee, Pink #ffc0cb, White #ffffff

PASS CODE LOCK SIMULATOR

(Note: As in real dice, after a dice is clicked a second time, the same number can occur again.)

(Know Before You Fly is an education campaign founded by the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) and the Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) in partnership with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to educate prospective users about the safe and responsible operation of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS).)