# Year 9 Flash Homework 1

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• 1.

### What is the better definition for a motion tween?

• A.

Automatically moves the object from the beginning location to ending location

• B.

Changes the colour and physical features of the object

A. Automatically moves the object from the beginning location to ending location
Explanation
A motion tween refers to the automatic movement of an object from its initial position to its final position. It does not involve changing the color or physical characteristics of the object.

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• 2.

### A vector graphic uses a matrix of many dots or pixels to define the image.

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
A vector graphic does not use a matrix of dots or pixels to define the image. Instead, it uses mathematical formulas and coordinates to create shapes and lines. This allows vector graphics to be easily scaled and resized without losing any quality.

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• 3.

### If we have transparency in our image, we should save in which format?

• A.

JPG

• B.

PNG

B. PNG
Explanation
If we have transparency in our image, we should save it in the PNG format. PNG (Portable Network Graphics) supports transparency, allowing us to save images with a transparent background. Unlike JPG, which does not support transparency, PNG preserves the alpha channel, making it ideal for images that require transparency such as logos, icons, or graphics with complex backgrounds.

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• 4.

### Which type of image can be enlarged without losing quality?

• A.

Bitmap (.PNG for example)

• B.

Vector (.AI for example)

B. Vector (.AI for example)
Explanation
Vector images can be enlarged without losing quality because they are created using mathematical equations and geometric shapes, rather than pixels. This means that when a vector image is enlarged, the computer recalculates the mathematical equations to create a larger version of the image, resulting in a smooth and sharp image at any size. On the other hand, bitmap images, such as PNG, are made up of a grid of pixels, and when they are enlarged, each pixel becomes larger, resulting in a loss of quality and pixelation.

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• 5.

### An animation created with vectors will generally have a smaller file size than one created with bitmaps.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
An animation created with vectors will generally have a smaller file size than one created with bitmaps because vectors use mathematical equations to define shapes and lines, while bitmaps use individual pixels to create an image. This means that vectors can be scaled and resized without losing quality, whereas bitmaps can become pixelated when resized. Additionally, vectors only store information about the shapes and lines used in the animation, while bitmaps store information about each individual pixel, resulting in a larger file size. Therefore, animations created with vectors are more efficient in terms of file size.

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• 6.

### Which keyboard shortcut do we use to insert a keyframe?

• A.

F5

• B.

F6

• C.

Ctrl-Z

• D.

Ctrl-Enter

B. F6
Explanation
The keyboard shortcut F6 is used to insert a keyframe.

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• 7.

### Which keyboard shortcut do we use to insert a regular frame?

• A.

F5

• B.

F6

• C.

Ctrl-Z

• D.

Ctrl-Enter

A. F5
Explanation
To insert a regular frame, we use the F5 keyboard shortcut. This shortcut allows us to quickly add a new frame to our document without the need to navigate through menus or use the mouse. By pressing F5, we can efficiently insert a regular frame wherever we need it in our work.

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• 8.

### Which keyboard shortcut do we use to un-do a mistake?

• A.

F5

• B.

F6

• C.

Ctrl-Z

• D.

Ctrl-Enter

C. Ctrl-Z
Explanation
Ctrl-Z is the correct answer because it is a commonly used keyboard shortcut to undo a mistake. When we make a mistake, pressing Ctrl-Z allows us to revert back to the previous action or remove the mistake. This shortcut is widely used in various software applications and operating systems to provide an easy and quick way to undo errors or changes.

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• 9.

### Which keyboard shortcut do we use to preview our animation?

• A.

F5

• B.

F6

• C.

Ctrl-Z

• D.

Ctrl-Enter

D. Ctrl-Enter
Explanation
Ctrl-Enter is the correct keyboard shortcut to preview animations. Pressing Ctrl-Enter allows us to quickly preview our animation without having to play the entire timeline. This shortcut is commonly used in animation software to provide a quick and convenient way to review and make adjustments to the animation in real-time.

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