a program that does something interesting using turtle graphics that makes use of at least 3 of the following:% (the remainder operator)math.sinmath.cosmath.expmath.logordchrintÿ/ÿ// (integer division)Put comments in your program that describe how you used whatever functions or operators that you chose.Remember that you can change the color with turtle.color((r,g,b)), where r, g, and b are floats between zero and one. ÿYou can also change the thickness of lines with turtle.pensize(width). ÿYou may use the flower.py program that we worked on in class as a starting point, or you can do something completely different. ÿBe creative and try to make it interesting. ÿI don’t want to see you just replace constant values with a function call (For example, if you have x += 1 and you change that to x += math.cos(0) or x += 4/(2**), I won’t like it. ÿThose are just constants. ÿThe function should depend on a variable which changes (like the loop counter in the flower program), or perhaps user input.