Yeah, just make sure it's quality. Might also be a good idea to have information on some of the basics of scratch.So a resource for Game On could be like a guide on how to make a decent game?
First, my slightly troll answer: Does it make sense under the umbrella of Type Ia SNe?In the rules for Astronomy in 2012, when the theme was the same as in 2017, there are Mira Variables and RR Lyrae variables and their respective prototypes as DSOs. Is it okay to include these if I'm making an Astro test, even though the theme isn't variable stars?
Bottle Rockets: 5th Ecology: 9th Hovercraft: 14th Scrambler: 29th (with a failed run too ;))
Mousetrap Vehicle Hovercraft Ecology Experimental Design (or other inquiry :P) ...Yes, my profile picture is G2 apEX at the PGL Major Qual. :lol:
I want you all to remember this: The guidelines are there to guide you to make a high quality resource. GUIDE you. If the guide is as high quality as I am thinking it will be, diagrams will be up to you. Make your notes and guide the way you want to, and if it's not within standards, we'll email you back with suggestions.Hi! I'm planning on submitting a very in-depth bottle rockets guide. I'm wondering if I have to have diagrams because you said build guides need them. My guide will easily be over 8000 words as I have 7 chapters and I have 2000+ words and I only just started chapter 2. I do have some pictures. The guide will encompass as bottle rocket topics from the science to the building to the testing.
Yeah, start sending June 1st- er, tomorrow. There really isn't a due date; SSSS will end sometime around the end of August (a couple of years ago I didn't finish my meteorology test until a few days before it finished...).Can submissions be sent beginning June 1st? Is there a certain due date for these submissions or are you permitted to submit your resources at any time and, if accepted, gain access to SSSS?
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