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Check Your Understanding:
  1. 1. True or False. Momentum is the primary cause for the "overturning" problem?
  2. True
    False
  3. 2. Which of the following work-arounds can help to reduce the "overturning" problem?
  4. Slowing the speed of the motors
    Choosing a value in the condition a little less than the desired heading
    Both of the above
    None of the above
  5. 3. True or False. Resetting the Gyro Sensor before every turn is a good practice.
  6. True
    False
  7. 4. How can you determine the Gyro Sensor value that the robot should turn to?
  8. The Gyro will always turn to multiples of 45. Simply pick the multiple that is closest to the desired heading.
    When the Gyro Sensor starts, it has a value of 0. Any turns should be based off of this initial value, with the heading specified in tenths of degrees. Turns to the left will have a positive value, while turns to the right will have a negative value.
    The easiest method is trial-and-error. Keep adding a value of 10 to the condition until the robot turns as much as you want.
    None of the above