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2.9.6 Colorful Bracelet CodeHS Answers

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The most common answer is:

speed(0)
penup()
setposition (-50,-50)
def draw_beads ():
for i in range (12):
penup()
circle(100)
pendown()
begin_fill()
color(“blue”)
circle(10)
end_fill()
penup()
left (10)
penup()
forward(20)
begin_fill()
color(“purple”)
circle(10)
end_fill()
penup()
left (10)
penup()
forward(20)
begin_fill()
color(“red”)
circle(10)
end_fill()
penup()
left (10)
penup()
forward(20)
draw_beads()

It looks like the goal is to draw a colorful bracelet made of beads using turtle graphics in Python. However, the code provided has several issues, including misplaced penup() commands and an inefficient approach to drawing and coloring beads. Each bead is meant to be drawn in sequence around a central point, but the code doesn’t correctly position the turtle to draw multiple beads around a circle.

Let’s correct and simplify your code to draw a bracelet with multiple beads in a circular pattern, alternating between blue, purple, and red colors:

import turtle

turtle.speed(0)  # Set the drawing speed to the fastest
turtle.penup()
turtle.goto(-50, -50)  # Starting position; adjust as needed

# Function to draw beads
def draw_beads():
    colors = ["blue", "purple", "red"]  # List of colors for the beads
    turtle.penup()
    turtle.goto(0, -100)  # Move turtle to starting position for the first bead
    turtle.pendown()
    for i in range(12):  # Draw 12 beads in total
        turtle.color(colors[i % 3])  # Alternate colors from the list
        turtle.begin_fill()
        turtle.circle(10)  # Draw a bead with radius 10
        turtle.end_fill()
        turtle.penup()
        turtle.right(30)  # Move the turtle to draw the next bead in a circle
        turtle.forward(20)
        turtle.left(30)  # Adjust the orientation to keep beads aligned

draw_beads()

turtle.done()  # Keep the window open until manually closed

This code defines a draw_beads function that draws a series of 12 beads in a circular pattern around a central point. The beads alternate colors between blue, purple, and red.

The turtle graphics commands are used to move the turtle into position, draw a bead, fill it with color, and then move to the next position for the next bead, creating a colorful bracelet pattern. The turtle’s orientation is adjusted before and after moving to ensure that the beads are correctly aligned in a circle.

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