Activity 10 - Randomizing the color of your mandala flower petals

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We’ve successfully set the color of the mandala flower to an RGB value. Now, let’s explore changing the color of the individual mandala flower petals?

We will make use of python’s random library. The random.randint() method allows us to choose a random value for each of the red, green, or blue value. To choose a value that is between 0 inclusive and 256 exclusive (in other words, between 0 and 255 inclusive), we need to use random.randint(0, 256).

Use random.randint(0, 256) three times to produce three random values, and plug them into the turtle.color() method. You should now be able to see a multi-colored mandala flower! This is definitely a flower from which Alex would be interested in collecting nectar!

Congratulations! You helped Alex make a honeycomb and a flower! He can now happily live in his beehive, and make lots of honey! Your final image should look something like this:

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