# SHEET FOURTEEN

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PART ONE | the task roulette:
1. GO TO THE COUNTRY FAIR.
2. GO TO A CONCERT.
3. PLAY CROQUET WITH ONIONS.
PART TWO | how I solved it:

+ 3 rows and 2 columns table with a cell of 12 units height and 12 units width. Centred.
+ Each cell represents one of the 6 repetitions of the assigned task.

THE DRAWING

+ I played something similar to croquet; using 4 plastic petanque balls and a hammer. The objective of the game was to get the ball into the goal with no more than four strokes. The balls were hit with a hammer.

+ Each cell of the base table was further divided into 4 columns to correspond to the 4 balls I was playing with; where the leftmost represents the first of the 4 balls per round and the rightmost the last, fourth ball.
+ These columns are furthermore vertically divided into 4 equal parts, corresponding to the number of strokes I needed to get the ball into the goal; the number rises bottom-up.

+ STARTING in the upper left cell, and working across to the right; in each column only that one cell was painted black that corresponds to the achieved result. If more than 4 strokes were needed to get the ball into the goal, the column stayed blank/white.

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