# FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER

## APPLICATION SYSTEM SOFTWARE

### MULTIMEDIA SOFTWARE

 Question [CLICK ON ANY CHOICE TO KNOW THE RIGHT ANSWER]
Vector graphics are:
 A resolution-dependent B made up of pixels C not able to be resized without losing quality D made up of mathematical equations
Explanation:

Detailed explanation-1: -The logical data model of vector graphics is based on the mathematics of coordinate geometry, in which shapes are defined as a set of points in a two-or three-dimensional cartesian coordinate system, as p = (x, y) or p = (x, y, z).

Detailed explanation-2: -Unlike pixel-based raster images, vector graphics are based on mathematical formulas that define geometric primitives such as polygons, lines, curves, circles and rectangles.

Detailed explanation-3: -Vector graphics are digital shapes made of lines and curves, also called paths, to create an image based on a mathematical equation. Raster images are instead made of pixels; tiny dots that compose the full image.

Detailed explanation-4: -Vector (also known as “object-oriented") graphics are constructed using mathematical formulas describing shapes, colors, and placement. Rather than a grid of pixels, a vector graphic consists of shapes, curves, lines, and text which together make a picture.

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