Drawings with repeated patterns can be created using `for`

. To repeat a piece of code three times, the code to be repeated should be indented neatly under `for [1..3]`

. What does it look like if it is repeated 5 or 6 times, or just once or twice?

You can number each dot by using a loop variable `x`

, if you change the loop to say `for x in [1..6]`

, then, after drawing a dot, add the command `label x`

. What is the value of `x`

each time the code repeats?

How would we make a bracelet with more than six beads? When the turtle makes a full circle, it will make a total of 360 degrees of turns. With six beads, that is 360/6=60 degrees per bead. For twenty beads, that would be 360/20=18 degrees per bead.

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