## Discuss Scratch

- smartzx
- Scratcher

100+ posts

### Power block

It's not simple. Scratch is supposed to be easy to use. Not everyone knows trigonometry. by this logic, we can remove “move (10) steps”

why not just usego to x: ((x position) + ([cos v] of ((direction)*(amt)))) y ((x position) + ([sin v] of ((direction)*(amt))))i mean jeez so simpleYou could, but that would make less sense, and it's supposed to be easy to use. and while we are at it, the “wait” block is also unnecessary, as you can use the timer for it.

BTW, I remember reading somewhere that scratch's blocks are faster than a series of blocks doing the same, so (()^()) would be technically speaking faster than doing logarithms. I mean, is it that hard to add scratchteam?

They were being sarcastichow is that simple? by this logic, we can remove “move (10) steps”

why not just usego to x: ((x position) + ([cos v] of ((direction)*(amt)))) y ((x position) + ([sin v] of ((direction)*(amt))))i mean jeez so simple

you should've usedchange x by ()as the easy workaround block.

still, your point is good.

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- CodeBit
- Scratcher

70 posts

### Power block

the Scratch's left side of the screen has a negative x coordinate. Can anybody solve this? abs operator makes a negative value positive

tryset [base v] to ([abs v] of (x position))

Help With Scripts for more problems (this is the suggestions forum)

But would that make it follow the curve? Thanks anyway, I'll try it later!

EDIT: Yep, it worked! Thanks!

*Last edited by CodeBit (Dec. 20, 2017 02:01:10)*

- CodeBit

- thesuperscratchcat14
- New to Scratch

5 posts

### Power block

Fun facts: 10^3 = 10 * 10 * 10 = 1,000

Exponentiation is a mathematical operation, written as bn, involving two numbers, the base b and the exponent n. When n is a positive integer, exponentiation corresponds to repeated multiplication of the base: that is, bn is the product of multiplying n bases:

The exponent is usually shown as a superscript to the right of the base. In that case, b to the power of n is called “b raised to the nth power”, “b raised to the power of n”, or “the n-th power of b”.

When n is a positive integer and b is not zero, b−n is naturally defined as

1/ b to the power of n, preserving the property b to the power of n × b to the power of m = b to the power of n + m. With exponent −1, b to the power of -1 is equal to 1/b, and is the reciprocal of b. (BTW I got this from Wikipedia)

Exponentiation is a mathematical operation, written as bn, involving two numbers, the base b and the exponent n. When n is a positive integer, exponentiation corresponds to repeated multiplication of the base: that is, bn is the product of multiplying n bases:

The exponent is usually shown as a superscript to the right of the base. In that case, b to the power of n is called “b raised to the nth power”, “b raised to the power of n”, or “the n-th power of b”.

When n is a positive integer and b is not zero, b−n is naturally defined as

1/ b to the power of n, preserving the property b to the power of n × b to the power of m = b to the power of n + m. With exponent −1, b to the power of -1 is equal to 1/b, and is the reciprocal of b. (BTW I got this from Wikipedia)

*Last edited by thesuperscratchcat14 (Feb. 11, 2018 12:00:38)*

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- HappyMohid
- Scratcher

6 posts

### Power block

<() ^ () = ()>

so hard

if <(1) ^ (1) = (10)>

when <(1) ^(1) = (10)>

- ScratchDiogoh
- Scratcher

1000+ posts

### Power block

What is hard, too? also make a new topic<() ^ () = ()>

so hardif <(1) ^ (1) = (10)>when <(1) ^(1) = (10)>

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