# Check the guide for the description of the problem
# Here are some functions to help draw the curves.
def degreesToRadians(degrees):
# All vector operations require working in radians rather than degrees.
return Math.PI / 180 * degrees
def koch(start, end):
# This function will draw a Koch Curve between two Vector positions
# Start by creating a vector from start to end using Vector.subtract.
# full = ...
full = Vector.subtract(start,end)
# Use the magnitude of the vector to check for the stop condition.
if
# Move into position and draw the line, don't forget to toggle flowers properly.
return
# Need to draw 4 shorter Koch curves with sides 1/3 the length.
# We will calculate the 3 intermediate points, A, B, & C.
# We just need the point that is one-third of the full Vector from the start Vector.
third = Vector.multiply(full, 1 / 3)
A = Vector.add(start, third)
# This one needs to be rotated 60 degrees from A but the same length. Use rotate and add to get B.
# This point works out to adding another third to A.
# Now we can draw the 4 curves connecting start, A, B, C, and end.
whiteXs = [Vector(6, 6), Vector(74, 6), Vector(74, 61), Vector(6, 61)]

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# Check the guide for the description of the problem
# Here are some functions to help draw the curves.
def degreesToRadians(degrees):
# All vector operations require working in radians rather than degrees.
return Math.PI / 180 * degrees
def koch(start, end):
# This function will draw a Koch Curve between two Vector positions
# Start by creating a vector from start to end using Vector.subtract.
# full = ...
full = Vector.subtract(end, start)
distance = full._______#what?..Look t the hink down there!
# Use the magnitude of the vector to check for the stop condition.
if distance < ____#think, think, think! Hint:a very small number.
# Move into position and draw the line, don't forget to toggle flowers properly.
hero.toggleFlowers(False)
hero.move(#where do you move? start or end?)
hero.toggleFlowers(True)
hero.move(#where do you move? start or end?)
return
# Need to draw 4 shorter Koch curves with sides 1/3 the length.
# We will calculate the 3 intermediate points, A, B, & C.
# We just need the point that is one-third of the full Vector from the start Vector.
third = Vector.multiply(full, 1 / 3)
A = Vector.add(start, third)
# This one needs to be rotated 60 degrees from A but the same length. Use rotate and add to get B.
B = Vector.add(_, Vector.rotate(____, degreesToRadians(__)))
# This point works out to adding another third to A.
C = Vector.add(_, _____)
# Now we can draw the 4 curves connecting start, A, B, C, and end.
#use "koch"
#Start ~ A
#A ~ B
#B ~ C
#C ~ End
whiteXs = [Vector(6, 6), Vector(74, 6), Vector(74, 61), Vector(6, 61)]
hero.setFlowerColor("white")
# 0~1
# 1~2
# 2~3
# 3 ~ 0

# Check the guide for the description of the problem
# Here are some functions to help draw the curves.
def degreesToRadians(degrees):
# All vector operations require working in radians rather than degrees.
return Math.PI / 180 * degrees
def koch(start, end):
# This function will draw a Koch Curve between two Vector positions
# Start by creating a vector from start to end using Vector.subtract.
# full = ...
full = Vector.subtract(end, start)
distance = full.magnitude
# Use the magnitude of the vector to check for the stop condition.
if distance < 1:#think, think, think! Hint:a very small number.
# Move into position and draw the line, don't forget to toggle flowers properly.
hero.toggleFlowers(False)
hero.move(start)
hero.toggleFlowers(True)
hero.move(end)
return
# Need to draw 4 shorter Koch curves with sides 1/3 the length.
# We will calculate the 3 intermediate points, A, B, & C.
# We just need the point that is one-third of the full Vector from the start Vector.
third = Vector.multiply(full, 1 / 3)
A = Vector.add(start, third)
# This one needs to be rotated 60 degrees from A but the same length. Use rotate and add to get B.
B = Vector.add(third, Vector.rotate(A, degreesToRadians(60)))
# This point works out to adding another third to A.
C = Vector.add(third, A)
# Now we can draw the 4 curves connecting start, A, B, C, and end.
#use "koch"
koch(start,A)
koch(A,B)
koch(B,C)
koch(C,end)
whiteXs = [Vector(6, 6), Vector(74, 6), Vector(74, 61), Vector(6, 61)]
hero.setFlowerColor("white")
koch(whiteXs[0],whiteXs[1])
koch(whiteXs[1],whiteXs[2])
koch(whiteXs[2],whiteXs[3])
koch(whiteXs[3],whiteXs[0])

# Check the guide for the description of the problem
# Here are some functions to help draw the curves.
def degreesToRadians(degrees):
# All vector operations require working in radians rather than degrees.
return Math.PI / 180 * degrees
def koch(start, end):
# This function will draw a Koch Curve between two Vector positions
# Start by creating a vector from start to end using Vector.subtract.
# full = ...
full = Vector.subtract(end, start)
distance = full.magnitude
# Use the magnitude of the vector to check for the stop condition.
if distance < 3:
# Move into position and draw the line, don't forget to toggle flowers properly.
hero.toggleFlowers(False)
hero.move(start)
hero.toggleFlowers(True)
hero.move(end)
pass
# Need to draw 4 shorter Koch curves with sides 1/3 the length.
# We will calculate the 3 intermediate points, A, B, & C.
# We just need the point that is one-third of the full Vector from the start Vector.
third = Vector.multiply(full, 3)
A = Vector.add(start, third)
# This one needs to be rotated 60 degrees from A but the same length. Use rotate and add to get B.
B = Vector.add(third, Vector.rotate(A, degreesToRadians(60)))
# This point works out to adding another third to A.
C = Vector.add(third, A)
# Now we can draw the 4 curves connecting start, A, B, C, and end.
#use "koch"
koch(start,A)
koch(A,B)
koch(B,C)
koch(C,end)
whiteXs = [Vector(6, 6), Vector(74, 6), Vector(74, 61), Vector(6, 61)]
hero.setFlowerColor("white")
koch(whiteXs[0],whiteXs[1])
koch(whiteXs[1],whiteXs[2])
koch(whiteXs[2],whiteXs[3])
koch(whiteXs[3],whiteXs[0])

# Check the guide for the description of the problem
# Here are some functions to help draw the curves.
def degreesToRadians(degrees):
# All vector operations require working in radians rather than degrees.
return Math.PI / 180 * degrees
def koch(start, end):
# This function will draw a Koch Curve between two Vector positions
# Start by creating a vector from start to end using Vector.subtract.
# full = ...
full = Vector.subtract(end, start)
distance = full.magnitude()
# Use the magnitude of the vector to check for the stop condition.
if distance < 3:
# Move into position and draw the line, don't forget to toggle flowers properly.
hero.toggleFlowers(False)
hero.move(start)
hero.toggleFlowers(True)
hero.move(end)
pass
# Need to draw 4 shorter Koch curves with sides 1/3 the length.
# We will calculate the 3 intermediate points, A, B, & C.
# We just need the point that is one-third of the full Vector from the start Vector.
third = Vector.multiply(full, 3)
A = Vector.add(start, third)
# This one needs to be rotated 60 degrees from A but the same length. Use rotate and add to get B.
B = Vector.add(third, Vector.rotate(A, degreesToRadians(60)))
# This point works out to adding another third to A.
C = Vector.add(third, A)
# Now we can draw the 4 curves connecting start, A, B, C, and end.
#use "koch"
koch(start,A)
koch(A,B)
koch(B,C)
koch(C,end)
whiteXs = [Vector(6, 6), Vector(74, 6), Vector(74, 61), Vector(6, 61)]
hero.setFlowerColor("white")
koch(whiteXs[0],whiteXs[1])
koch(whiteXs[1],whiteXs[2])
koch(whiteXs[2],whiteXs[3])
koch(whiteXs[3],whiteXs[0])

# Check the guide for the description of the problem
# Here are some functions to help draw the curves.
def degreesToRadians(degrees):
# All vector operations require working in radians rather than degrees.
return Math.PI / 180 * degrees
def koch(start, end):
# This function will draw a Koch Curve between two Vector positions
# Start by creating a vector from start to end using Vector.subtract.
# full = ...
full = Vector.subtract(end, start)
distance = full.magnitude()
# Use the magnitude of the vector to check for the stop condition.
if distance < 3:
# Move into position and draw the line, don't forget to toggle flowers properly.
hero.toggleFlowers(False)
hero.moveXY(start.x,start.y)
hero.toggleFlowers(True)
hero.moveXY(end.x,end.y)
pass
# Need to draw 4 shorter Koch curves with sides 1/3 the length.
# We will calculate the 3 intermediate points, A, B, & C.
# We just need the point that is one-third of the full Vector from the start Vector.
third = Vector.multiply(full, 1/3)
A = Vector.add(start, third)
# This one needs to be rotated 60 degrees from A but the same length. Use rotate and add to get B.
B = Vector.add(third, Vector.rotate(A, degreesToRadians(60)))
# This point works out to adding another third to A.
C = Vector.add(third, A)
# Now we can draw the 4 curves connecting start, A, B, C, and end.
#use "koch"
koch(start,A)
koch(A,B)
koch(B,C)
koch(C,end)
whiteXs = [Vector(6, 6), Vector(74, 6), Vector(74, 61), Vector(6, 61)]
hero.setFlowerColor("white")
koch(whiteXs[0],whiteXs[1])
koch(whiteXs[1],whiteXs[2])
koch(whiteXs[2],whiteXs[3])
koch(whiteXs[3],whiteXs[0])

# Check the guide for the description of the problem
# Here are some functions to help draw the curves.
def degreesToRadians(degrees):
# All vector operations require working in radians rather than degrees.
return Math.PI / 180 * degrees
def koch(start, end):
# This function will draw a Koch Curve between two Vector positions
# Start by creating a vector from start to end using Vector.subtract.
# full = ...
full = Vector.subtract(end, start)
distance = full.magnitude()
# Use the magnitude of the vector to check for the stop condition.
# Move into position and draw the line, don't forget to toggle flowers properly.
if distance < 3:
hero.toggleFlowers(False)
hero.moveXY(start.x,start.y)
hero.toggleFlowers(True)
hero.moveXY(end.x,end.y)
# Need to draw 4 shorter Koch curves with sides 1/3 the length.
# We will calculate the 3 intermediate points, A, B, & C.
# We just need the point that is one-third of the full Vector from the start Vector.
third = Vector.multiply(full, 1/3)
A = Vector.add(start, third)
# This one needs to be rotated 60 degrees from A but the same length. Use rotate and add to get B.
B = Vector.add(third, Vector.rotate(A, degreesToRadians(60)))
# This point works out to adding another third to A.
C = Vector.add(third, A)
# Now we can draw the 4 curves connecting start, A, B, C, and end.
#use "koch"
koch(start,A)
koch(A,B)
koch(B,C)
koch(C,end)
whiteXs = [Vector(6, 6), Vector(74, 6), Vector(74, 61), Vector(6, 61)]
hero.setFlowerColor("white")
koch(whiteXs[0],whiteXs[1])
koch(whiteXs[1],whiteXs[2])
koch(whiteXs[2],whiteXs[3])
koch(whiteXs[3],whiteXs[0])