Skateboarding By: kyle b, and Michael w

Our sequence: 1, 2, 3, 3, 4, 5, 6, 6, 7, 8, 9, 9, 10, 11, 12, 12, 13, 14, 15, 15, 16, 17, 19, 19, 20, Ect

Our sequence was difficultly thought out, here it is explained, When you push on a skateboard you go a unit of measurement 1 you push again its 2 again is 3 but again is 3 not 4, because while you were pushing, you were also losing speed in between pushes so even thought you were still pushing you lost a bit of speed in between pushes. Now this is all assuming you are on perfectly flat ground with no dips and no barriers such as rocks. The question is will the sequence change if we throw in dips and barriers, and the answer is yes, but not really enough to change the sequence in a big enough way to actually make much of a noticeable difference, but what if we threw in a half pipe?

Speeds:

Rough: 1 push=4 mph, 2 pushes=6 mph, 3 pushes=7 mph

Bowl: 1 push=3 mph, 2 pushes=4 mph, 3 pushes=14 mph

Smooth: 1 push=3 mph, 2 pushes=5 mph, 3 pushes=8 mph

Ramp: 1 push=4 mph, 2 pushes=7 mph, 3 pushes=9 mph

Credits:

Created with images by joshloncarevich - "skateboard"

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