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VA-DC FLL Referee Advisor <[log in to unmask]>
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Sun, 18 Nov 2018 12:24:59 -0500
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I've seen a couple of teams pull the Solar Panel Array near their Base.
Last week, the opposite team pushed theirs, and both teams scored.
Yesterday, the times that I noted it, the other Solar Panel wasn't moved.

It is a nice strategy, that benefits from talking things over with your
opposite team first.

Steve Scherr
Virginia-DC FLL Referee Advisor

On Sun, Nov 18, 2018 at 8:28 AM Ravi Desai <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> We had a question about solar array score that some clarification would
> help. Our strategy was to pull the panel. In the first round we pulled but
> got 0 points. Am pretty sure that the other team pushed their panel.
> Needless the team changed the program to pushing it to be safe. Looking at
> the mission write up it says potential scores can be 40 as well. Can
> someone please explain how can that be achieved?
> *Mission*
> Solar panels need to be angled toward or away from you, depending on
> strategy and conditions.
> *Scores*
>    -
>    Both solar panels are angled toward the same field: *22 (for both
>    teams)*
>    -
>    Your solar panel is angled toward the other team’s field: *18*
>    -
>    Possible scores: 0, 18, 22, 40
>    Thanks.
>    RD.
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