## Consider the following tuples that store coordinates of a geometric figure each. Write a python code to generate a new tuple containing coordinates obtained by adding the corresponding coordinates of both the figures.

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tup1 = ((1,3),(4,5),(2,9),(1, 10))

tup2=((6,7),(3,9),(1,1),(7,3))

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# Define the tuples tup1 and tup2 that store the coordinates of two geometric figures
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tup1 = ((1,3),(4,5),(2,9),(1, 10))
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tup2 = ((6,7),(3,9),(1,1),(7,3))
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# Initialize an empty tuple to store the coordinates of the new figure
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tup3 = ()
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# Use a for loop to iterate over the indices of the tuples
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for i in range(len(tup1)):
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# Use the + operator to add the corresponding coordinates of tup1 and tup2 and create a new tuple
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coord = (tup1[i][0] + tup2[i][0], tup1[i][1] + tup2[i][1])
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# Use the + operator to append the new tuple to tup3
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tup3 = tup3 + (coord,)
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# Print the value of tup3 using the print() function
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print("The new tuple containing the coordinates of the new figure is", tup3)
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