Referenced from lesson Defining Functions (Spring, 2021)

Highlight the variables in gt and label them with the word "size".

examples: gt(20) is triangle(20, "solid", "green") gt(45) is triangle(45, "solid", "green") end

fun gt​(​size​): triangle​(​size, "solid", "green"​) end

Highlight and label the variables in the example lists below. Then, using gt as a model, match the examples to their corresponding function definitions.

Examples Definition

examples: f("solid") is circle(8, "solid", "red") f("outline") is circle(8, "outline", "red") end



fun f​(​s​): star​(​s, "outline", "red"​) end

examples: f(2) is 2 + 2 f(4) is 4 + 4 f(5) is 5 + 5 end



fun f​(​num​): num + num end

examples: f("red") is circle(7, "solid", "red") f("teal") is circle(7, "solid", "teal") end



fun f​(​c​): star​(​9, "solid", c​) end

examples: f("red") is star(9, "solid", "red") f("grey") is star(9, "solid", "grey") f("pink") is star(9, "solid", "pink") end



fun f​(​s​): circle​(​8, s, "red"​) end

examples: f(3) is star(3, "outline", "red") f(8) is star(8, "outline", "red") end



fun f​(​c​): circle​(​7, "solid", c​) end

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