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2.12.4 Colored Dartboard CodeHS Answers

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The most common answer is:

speed(0)
def gahh():
for i in range (1):
penup()
setposition (0,-75)
pendown()
color_choice = input (“What should the color be?:”)
begin_fill()
color(color_choice)
choose_radius = input (“What should the radius be?:”)
circle(100)
end_fill()
penup()
setposition(0,-50)
pendown()
color_choice = input (“What should the color be?:”)
color(color_choice)
choose_radius = input (“What should the radius be?:”)
begin_fill()
circle(75)
end_fill()
penup()
setposition (0,-25)
pendown()
color_choice = input (“What should the color be?:”)
color(color_choice)
choose_radius = input (“What should the radius be?:”)
begin_fill()
circle(50)
end_fill()
color_choice = input (“What should the color be?:”)
penup()
setposition (0,0)
pendown()
begin_fill()
color(color_choice)
choose_radius = input (“What should the radius be?:”)
circle(25)
end_fill()
gahh()

When executed in a non-interactive environment like this one, the code has a conceptual issue.

Specifically, the input() function requires a user to input data during runtime, which isn’t feasible in this text-based format or within scripts that run without a standard input stream available.

However, I can correct and simplify the code for you, assuming predefined colors and radii for the dartboard’s rings, so it can run without needing input() calls. Let’s adjust the function to create a colored dartboard using predefined values:

import turtle

turtle.speed(0)

def draw_colored_circle(radius, color):
    turtle.penup()
    turtle.setposition(0, -radius)
    turtle.pendown()
    turtle.color(color)
    turtle.begin_fill()
    turtle.circle(radius)
    turtle.end_fill()

def draw_colored_dartboard():
    colors = ['red', 'blue', 'green', 'yellow']  # Example colors
    radii = [75, 50, 25, 10]  # Example radii

    for color, radius in zip(colors, radii):
        draw_colored_circle(radius, color)

draw_colored_dartboard()

turtle.done()

This script defines a draw_colored_circle(radius, color) function to draw a circle of a specified radius and color. The draw_colored_dartboard() function then uses this to create a dartboard with predefined colors and radii. This approach removes the need for user input, making the script suitable for environments where direct user interaction isn’t possible.

This code should run in a Python environment with turtle graphics support, drawing a colorful dartboard based on the specified colors and radii.

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