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Subject: Re: MIA, Ask an Expert: circle
From: "Menefee, Mike - OC" <Mike@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 22 Sep 2010 09:12:19 -0700

Hi Sam,

Think about it this way.  If you were going to stand up and walk in a
"circle," what would you have to do?

Well... you would take a step forward, then turn a little, then take a
step forward and turn a little...

Now... you already know the commands to make the turtle go forward a
little and turn a little.  So... you know how to make a circle.

Have you learned about the REPEAT command?  This will be useful in your
current endeavor.

I am a teacher in CK.  Feel free to drop me a line, or have your teacher
write to me.

Thank you.

Mr. M

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how do you make one circle with a turtle?

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