What Is a Compound Shape in Maths?


A compound shape in maths is an editable art made of two or more objects, each assigned a shape mode. These shapes create complex shapes by manipulating the shape mode, stacking order, shape, and location for each path included. Within a compound shape, you can incorporate paths, groups, compound paths, other compound shapes, text, blends, envelopes, and warps, any of which can carry live effects.
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a compound is a tight compacted shape like a square
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It has to do with the bonding that the moleculars have.It also has to do with how many bonds can the elements make.For example C can make 4 bonds that means that the form looks like
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Compound shapes are shapes that consist of two or more combined shapes. They can be simple or complicated, depending on the number of different shapes joined up together. They are mostly applicable and observed in architecture.
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