# πΆ DRY

## Do Now (in π CS9 Python)

Write a function called `hello` that takes two parameters a `name` and an `adjective` and combines them. It should work like this:

`hello('SK','awesome')`

`Hey SK, you are very awesome.`

## DRY: Donβt Repeat Yourself

``````dry = "Don't repeat yourself"
for x in dry:
print(dry)
``````

# Lab 2.1 - Geometric Fun Times v3.0β’

Remember when you drew all those shapes? Didnβt it seem like it should be easier? Wellβ¦

Do you notice a pattern for the number of sides of a shape, the number of repeat and the turn π ___ degrees for each shape? Hmmβ¦thatβs interesting.

1β£ `def`ine a function called `sides()` that asks for the number of sides and draws a regular polygon with that number of sides. For example, `shape(4)` would draw a square, `shape(5)` a pentagon, and so on.

2β£ `def`ine a function called `angle()` that asks for a number of degrees to turn. This should work like `shape()`, but every side should be a different color. To make something pretty, test `angle(121)`.

This is `angle(200)`: