# PROBLEM: Sherlock Holmes must trick Moriarty by surviving a fall off the roof of St. Bartholomew’...

Computational Thinking Flowchart by Lori Ruso

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PROBLEM: Sherlock Holmes must trick Moriarty by surviving a fall off the roof of St. Bartholomew’s Hospital building in London. How does he decide upon the safest landing device?

## 2. 2. PATTERNS: As Sherlock reviews the site-specific data and landing device data he's collected, he must search for patterns, trends, and/or regularities in order to determine which landing device would function most safely at his specific fall site.

### 2.4. Pattern Recognition Task #3 After carefully analyzing his collected data, Sherlock learns that the bunjee chord device would place his fall too close to the hospital building & most likely he'd be killed. He also learns that since his building is 50ft. tall, & safety nets fail to catch people falling from heights exceeding 1-story buildings, he would not survive the fall using a net. This leaves him to consider the inflatable rescue jump cushions: Historically, these devices have been successfully used for safely catching falling occupants from 50ft-tall buildings which works for his situation. When inflated, it would fit well within the 72ft. of available street space below him.

2.4.1. Safest ethod ailable