Movement Sequences
Let's test our Tank Movement blocks in Sequential programs.
Statements
The fundamental unit of a code is an execution statement.
Do this.
Do that.
One or more statements following each other is called a sequence, meaning one statement follows another.
Challenge 1
Let's try some simple code sequences.

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Click on Simulator Tab to see Challenge
HEY! No Joystick...
Algorithmic Thinking  in the above challenge, we could make the robot move forward 3 times:
 Move Forward 1 Rotation
 Move Forward 1 Rotation

Move Forward 1 Rotation

Follow instructions and take a screenshot of the special Completion Code!
Move Tank
Instead of 3 Move Forwards, can you do the above with just 1 Move Tank block?
How far is Move Tank moving forward? 1 Rotation
However far 1 rotation of the wheels gets you  which is the circumference of the wheel.
Tip: The bigger the wheel the further you'd go using 1 rotation...
Some other math concepts you may not have covered yet:
Also, 1 Rotation = 360 degrees
If you want to go less than 1 rotation, change the distance unit to degrees.
For instance, to go half as far, use 180 degrees.
If you know your fractions and decimals, 180 degree is 0.5, or half of a full rotation.
Practice 1
Can you make the robot go until JUST before the wall?
 Use this Gears world
Challenge 2
Solve the same challenge by using 1 Move block only, by changing the Rotations/Degrees
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Practice 2
Write a sequence that make the robot go back and forth 4 times
 Use this world
Hint: You can use loops to help simplify your code.
What should we call this dance move?
Practice 3
Create a sequence that makes the robot each time go 2 steps forward, 1 step back... repeat that 3 times!
 Use this world
Hint: You can use loops to help simplify your code.
Practice 4 (advanced!)
Create another sequence like above, but each time make the robot go further forward and backward  like this pattern
 1 forward, 1 back
 2 forward, 2 back
 3 forward, 3 back...
Use the basic world
Hint: You can use loops to help simplify your code.