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or for admins, where did the +1 come from?
i can figure out that according to your excel document i need a 5000 ohm(5 kohm) to reach the maximum voltage thing, so if i did 5/(34,000/5,000+1) i get .64...... volts which on a digital pin would return true, and it would say my object is blueish.is that right?
also, for more correct color sensing, after i flashed each color, would i flash color combinations?eg.. Blue | Red| Green | Blue Red | Red Green| Green blue| Red Blue Green|and then just compare all of the results?
Its basic 9th grade algebra, serious Tongue
lol, still confused, so im special enough to have to change your entire chart(that is supposed to make it easier)?
algebra was eighth grade. we had geometry in ninth
also, if i used a 100 kohm resistor my voltage goes up....34,000/100,000=.34.34+1=1.345/1.34= 3.7313.7 volts is over the 0 and 1's needed for digital pins
(100, 200, 300, 400), change it to 3000, 6000, 9000, 12000 etc.
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