The last two drawing functions we’ll learn are `triangle()`

and `quad()`

, which are closely related to the `line()`

function in that they take the coordinates of each corner of the shape as arguments. These arguments are used to define the perimeter of the shape.

The `triangle()`

function takes a total of six arguments or three pairs of x and y coordinates.

The quadrilateral shape function, `quad()`

, needs eight arguments, or four pairs of x and y coordinates for each of its four points.

### Instructions

**1.**

Use the `triangle()`

function to draw a triangle to the p5.js sketch. You can use any coordinates for each of the three vertices of the triangle!

**2.**

The arguments for the `triangle()`

function represent the vertices of the triangle. Draw a second triangle that shares one vertex with the first triangle you drew.

**3.**

Next, draw a quadrilateral using the `quad()`

function. You can use any coordinates for each of the four vertices of the quadrilateral!

**4.**

Draw a second quadrilateral that shares one vertex with the first quadrilateral you drew.