Theorical Evaluation - Lego EV3 MindStorm - Criterion 1

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Final Evaluation - Fase I

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Question 1

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Lego Mindstorms EV3 (evolution 3) is the third generation robotics kit in Lego's Mindstorms line. It is the successor to the second generation Lego Mindstorms NXT 2.0 kit. The "EV" designation refers to the "evolution" of the Mindstorms product line. "3" refers to
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  • the fact that it is the third generation of computer modules
  • the numbers of wheels
  • the fact that it is the first generation of computer modules
  • the number of sensors that the robot can use

Question 2

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EV3 MindStorm can be used by primary section students. The programming is easy to apply and the blocks aren't so confused.
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  • True
  • False

Question 3

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Complete the parts of the EV3 Mindstorm.
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  • Large Motor
  • Medium motor
  • EV3 Block or Brick
  • Ultrasonic sensor
  • Color sensor
  • Gyro sensor
  • Touch sensor
  • Battery

Question 4

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The parts of the brick are:
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  • Sensor ports
  • Motor ports
  • PC port
  • USB port
  • USB ports
  • Motor ports
  • PC port
  • USB port
  • SD port
  • USB port
  • Speaker
  • Ultrasonic sensor

Question 5

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The digital EV3 [blank_start]Ultrasonic Sensor[blank_end] generates [blank_start]sound waves[blank_end] and reads their [blank_start]echoes[blank_end] to detect and measure distance from objects. It can also send single sound waves to work as [blank_start]sonar[blank_end] or listen for a sound wave that [blank_start]triggers[blank_end] the start of a program.
Answer
  • Ultrasonic Sensor
  • Color sensor
  • sound waves
  • light reflecting
  • echoes
  • ligth
  • sonar
  • car
  • triggers
  • catches

Question 6

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EV3 [blank_start]Color[blank_end] Sensor It also serves as a light sensor by detecting light [blank_start]intensities[blank_end]. Students can build color sorting and line-following robots, experiment with light [blank_start]reflection[blank_end] of different colors, and gain experience with a technology that is [blank_start]widely[blank_end] used in industries like [blank_start]recycling[blank_end], agriculture and packaging.
Answer
  • Color
  • intensities
  • reflection
  • widely
  • recycling

Question 7

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We could say that the robot is similar to the human being since it works with sensors that are similar to the human senses.
Answer
  • True
  • False
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