### Jade Red and Cannonball Head XYZ Axis Coordinates Distance Calculator version 0.3.2

Jaderedandcannonballhead.com is 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) and JavaScript programming language. We are hoping the calculator will be complete by the end of the year 2019. You can use this early version of the Jade Red and Cannonball Head calculator here(below), as it is in version 0.3.2 of development.

The Equation to solve for the distance between two coordinates of an XYZ three dimensional axis:distance = √((x

_{1}- x

_{2})

^{2}+ (y

_{1}- y

_{2})

^{2}+ (z

_{1}- z

_{2})

^{2})

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

First Players Coordinates = (x

_{1}, y

_{1}, z

_{1}) = (, , )

Second Players Coordinates = (x

_{2}, y

_{2}, z

_{2}) = (, , )

4 steps to solve:

1) 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.

distance = √(( - )

^{2}+ ( - )

^{2}+ ( - )

^{2})

2) Place your answers from step 1 into their matching color equation boxes here in step 2.

After placing your answers into their matching colored boxes, use the green (squaring)² equation buttons below each red, green, and blue color boxes to square each colored answer. When you have answers in all the green answer boxes proceed to step 3.

distance = √( + +

3) After you have answers in each limegreen box of step 2 you can press this button-->

# 4)

distance = √() units ((Orange Box) this is your answer written as a square root)

Y minimum 0 and maximum 240. Z minimum 0 and maximum 240.

X | Y | Z | |
---|---|---|---|

Jade Red | |||

Cannonball Head |

Infrared Coins | Red | Orange | Yellow | Green | Blue | Indigo | Violet |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

0 | 0 | 0 | 0 |

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(see table chart above), and divide it with the total amount of players.

Infrared Coins

**÷**Amount of Players

Players | Communication Core Color | X | Y | Z | JC coin |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

PhilsThinkerBox | Blue RGB(0,0,255) | 206265 | 250 | 250 | +834 |

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 | +9 |

Mater | Green RGB(0,128,0) | -1530 | 5 | 6 | +9 |

PBJellyTime | #c060a6 RGB(192,96,166) | 25 | 4 | 6 | +7 |

Mochi | Turquoise RGB(64,224,208) | -987 | 896 | 702 | +6 |

AIcomputer | White RGB(255,255,255) | 0 |

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) = Time

(Dealer Hand) (Your Hand)