Paths united

This unit requires that you have a computer that has Inkscape version 0.92 installed on it. This is free and open source and is available from Inkscape.org. Ask your parent or carer for permission and support to install this software. In this lesson you will use path operations such as union, difference, and intersection to combine simple shapes into more complex ones.

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Paths united

Materials from the Teach Computing Curriculum created by the National Centre for Computing Education

Q1.What has been used to place these shapes/paths in their current position?

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Q2.What has been used to place this shape/path in its current position?

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Q3.What has been used to place these shapes/paths in their current position?

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This quiz includes images that don't have any alt text - please contact your teacher who should be able to help you with an audio description.

Quiz:

Paths united

Materials from the Teach Computing Curriculum created by the National Centre for Computing Education

Q1.What has been used to place these shapes/paths in their current position?

1/3

Q2.What has been used to place this shape/path in its current position?

2/3

Q3.What has been used to place these shapes/paths in their current position?

3/3

Lesson summary: Paths united

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