Blink 1: Make an LED Blink with Arduino

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Blink 1: Make an LED Blink with Arduino
Problem Statement:

For this activity, you will use the Arduino to make the red LED in the Barobo RGB LED module blink once. Once you have the LED connected to the Arduino as shown in the picture on the left, use the  button (below the Arduino picture) to run the preplaced code blocks, which will turn on the red LED, wait one second, and then turn it off. Once it is working, can you make a change to increase the time that the LED is on?

/* Code generated by RoboBlockly v2.1 */
/* Problem Statement: 
    For this activity, you will use the Arduino to make the red
    LED in the Barobo RGB LED module blink once. Connect the
    LED module to pins 11, 12, 13, and GND on the Arduino as
    shown in the picture displayed in the lesson description
    above, and use the "Run" button to run the code blocks
    provided to turn on the red LED for one second and then
    turn it off. Once it is working, can you make a change to
    increase the time that the LED is on? (Solution below shows
    a blink time of 2.5 seconds instead of 1 second.)
    */
#include <arduino.h>

pinMode(13, OUTPUT);
digitalWrite(13, HIGH);
delay(2500);
digitalWrite(13, LOW);
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Problem Statement:

For this activity, you will use the Arduino to make the red LED in the Barobo RGB LED module blink once. Once you have the LED connected to the Arduino as shown in the picture on the left, use the  button (below the Arduino picture) to run the preplaced code blocks, which will turn on the red LED, wait one second, and then turn it off. Once it is working, can you make a change to increase the time that the LED is on?


		
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