**Task 1: Python Shell**

Open a word document and put your name in the header [3 marks]

Open Python Shell (do not open a new file). Do the following calculations and screenshot An example is below

12 divided by 3

15 take 5

45 times 55

[3 marks]

**Task 2: Finish code**

Open Python IDLE and create a new file and save it

The following shapes have not been finished. Your task is to finish them and screenshot

[3 marks]

Square

1 2 3 4 5 6 | import turtle # allows us to use the turtles library wn = turtle.Screen() # creates a graphics window ted= turtle.Turtle() # create a turtle named alex ted.forward(150) # tell alex to move forward by 150 units ted.left(90) # turn by 90 degrees ted.forward(75) |

Triangle

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 | import turtle window = turtle.Screen() window.bgcolor("green") #background color tom = turtle.Turtle() tom.forward(100) tom.left(120) tom.forward(100) |

**Task 3:**

Adapt the code for square so that it is a rectangle (2 sides longer)

[1 mark]

**Task 4: Drawing Shapes**

Copy and paste the following code into Python IDLE. Add a function for a square and a triangle. Adapt the code to make 3 more stars and one more triangle

[3 marks]

Add code for a square [3 marks]

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 | import turtle shape = turtle.Turtle() def star(): for i in range(5): shape.forward(50) shape.right(144) def hexagon(): num_sides = 6 side_length = 70 angle = 360.0 / num_sides for i in range(num_sides): shape.forward(side_length) shape.right(angle) star() shape.penup() shape.forward(200) shape.pendown() hexagon() |

**Task 5: Olympic Rings**

[6 marks]

You have the code for part of the Olympic rings. Complete the Olympic rings. If you can’t remember the colour order google it.

### EXTENSION

Go to the following tutorials and experiment

Tutorial 1

Tutorial 2

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