- extension2.py: This code has a function npolygon, which obviously draws a polygon with certain number of sides. This function uses parameter feature to draw n-polygons by setting two inputs: the length of sides and the number of sides. I guess one needs to know basic geometry to use this fuction because one should be aware that 360/# of sides will determine the angle of the polygon. Anyhow, this is how extension2.py looks like; it looks like a octagon because I put 8 as the # of sides.
- extension3.py: Like extension1 and 2, this code uses loop and range function in order to repeat a certain command to create a unique graphic. I decided to use the command circle() so that I could draw arcs instead of plain straight lines. Although I did not have the idea of the end-result in my head when typing the codes, the shape is quite nice.(it looks like a flower?) One thing to note is that I did put 'i' in parameter on purpose so that the length of arc would get longer each time.
- extension4.py: Extension4 is quite similar with shapeE in a sense that they both draw a same shape multiple times and at different locations. Again, the result is quite different from the original shape. One thing to note is that the original shape – pointer-looking shape – switches its angle each time in order to form a circle at the end. This was done by loop and range function and putting specific angle.