Jade Red and Cannonball Head

Jade Red and Cannonball Head

















Black Jack Multiple Decks and 5 Card Draw Poker Practice
(You can play the 1 as a 1 or an 11)
(click cards to reveal their value)
                          
                          
(Dealer Hand)
(Your Hand)
                          
                          
(Suits)
1= Spade    2= Heart    3= Diamond    4= Club






        
        
        
(A thin colored border appears around the dice after it is clicked. Note: As in real dice, after a dice is clicked a second time, the same number can occur again.)
















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







Jade Red's and Cannonball Head'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 Cannonball Head are generated each time this page is visited.
Players axis ranges are from -1530 to 1530.
Jade Red's and Cannonball Head's locations on:
and milliseconds
(The digital time display is stopped time in 24 hour format; hours:minutes:seconds)
Use the XYZ coordinates as Hue, Saturation, and Luminosity settings in the RGB color calculator to see the color location of Jade Red and Cannonball Head as they are collecting colors for coins.
Click this box to use the RGB calculator: Go to the W3Schools.com color picker to learn more about the color.
X Y Z
Jade Red
Cannonball Head
Infrared Coins Red Orange Yellow Green Blue Indigo Violet
0 0 0 0
  Click this button to reload this page; You will see an updated instance of the coin count and also create the new coordinates for Jade Red and Cannonball Head.
The coin count starts at 0 every 24 hours starting at midnight.
60 red      = 1 Infrared 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 Infrared Coins created by Jade Red and Cannonball Head are divided equally to the amount of players, so that the total number of Infrared Coins that were collected is equal to the amount of JC coins that the each player will have; After an Infrared 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 Infrared Coins collected, and divide it with the total amount of players.

Players Communication Core Color X Y Z JC Coins
PhilsThinkerBox Blue RGB(0,0,255) -500 250 250 +788
Ubby22 #900020 RGB(144,0,32) 10 40 80 +7
pmac Red RGB(255,0,0) 45 65 38 +7
FortnitePro Green RGB(0,128,0) 42 35 5 +8
Mater Green RGB(0,128,0) -1530 5 6 +8
PBJellyTime #c060a6 RGB(192,96,166) 25 4 6 +7
Mochi Turquoise RGB(64,224,208) -987 896 702 +6
Click here to use the Three Dimensional Distance Calculator provided by CalculatorSoup.com

Jaderedandcannonballhead.com is developing a Three Dimensional Distance calculator. The calculator will be created using HTML(Hypertext Markup Language) and JavaScript programming language. The calculator will be used to solve for the distance between 2 coordinates of an XYZ three dimensional axis. We are hoping the calculator will be ready by the end of the year 2019. You can see the beginnings of the Jade Red and Cannonball Head calculator here(below), as it is written as an outline form of the calculator, as a placeholder style. Jade Red and Cannonball Head XYZ Axis Coordinates Distance Calculator version 0.2.1


First Players Coordinates = (x1, y1, z1) = (, , )
Second Players Coordinates = (x2, y2, z2) = (, , )

The Equation to solve for the distance between two coordinates of an XYZ three dimensional axis:
distance = √((x1 - x2)2 + (y1 - y2)2 + (z1 - z2)2)

4 steps to solve:
1) Type the X, Y, and Z coordinate values into the placeholder boxes in the first equation line below here:
distance = √(( - )2 + ( - )2 + ( - )2)


2) Simplify the equation in step 1 by using the 3 buttons in step 1 to solve the subtraction equations in each set of parenthesis and placing those answers into step 2.
distance = √(2 + 2 + 2)

Enter X number:

The result is:
Enter y number:

The result is:
Enter z number:

The result is:

3) Simplify the equation in step 2 by squaring each value in each box. Use the calculate buttons in step 2 to square each number.(Remember that squaring a negative number by it's own self gives a positive result) Place those answers into step three; x, y, and z boxes.
distance = √( + + )


4) Add the three boxes together in step 3, then place the result into the box of step 4. Use the x+y+z button in step 3 to do your calculation.
distance = √() (this is your answer written as a square root)

Enter Number: √ ()
distance = The square root of your number = (this is your answer as a number)








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