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Let's implement the `rgb_dots`

function that creates three rgb circles, and the `cmy_squares`

function that creates three cmy squares, to recreate the following graphics.

**Circles** and **squares** are just special kinds of **ellipses** and **rectangles**, for which PyTamaro provides functions.

In order to avoid calling the ellipse function, that takes a width and a height each time, let's implement a `circle`

function, that only needs a `diameter`

.

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For the same reason, let's implement a `square`

function that only needs a parameter `side`

, to avoid calling the rectangle function that needs a width and a height each time.

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Let's now implement the `rgb_dots`

function that returns three circles of the given `circle_diameter`

, each beside the other: one of color **red**, one **green** and one **blue**. Use the `circle`

function you defined above!

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Lastly, let's implement the `cmy_squares`

function that returns three squares of the given `square_side`

, each beside the other: one of color **cyan**, one **magenta** and one **yellow**. Use the `square`

function you defined above!

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