FTC: Got the Time to Figure Out the Rhyme?
The following teams figured out the theme of this year's FTC challenge. Can you?
If you've just submitted your entry it will be posted within a few hours.
|1||Sept 10, 2007||7:30 pm||7||TechBrick FTC|
|A quick search of 'Worcester ringer' led to this: http://www.wdcra.org.uk The town of bells in the UK.|
But of course, we're not tossing bells... But rings associated with 'UK' Which are of course: Quoits...
Since the 'Quoits' are ringers that don't ring we're figuring:
- "Quiet Quoits"
- or more scientifically, "Quoit Quotient"
- or "quadrilateral quoits"
- And maybe there is a bell in there for fun...
At least we'll all run rings around each other.
|2||Sept 11, 2007||1:30 pm||68||norstar2||Norfolk||Virginia||United States|
|two "Q" shaped arenas connected by a tunnel and on one side there are rings and the other there are ring stands that you travel through the tunnel to deliver the rings to the stand|
|3||Sept 11, 2007||10:17 pm|| ||Ricky Gordon|| || || |
|17th letter of alphabet is Q|
17th letter of message is M
17th letter of the rhyme is E
2 possibilities: Three Across or Horseshoes
|4||Sept 12, 2007||7:30 am|| ||Rebel Robotics||Farmingdale||Virginia||United States|
Quantum Quest a recycle of FRC's Aim HIGH or Rack and Roll. Two on two to lift rings onto rack or lift balls (ping pong (Virus) into white blood cells vertical hoop/bins
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