Computer Science, asked by mt0799357, 9 days ago

deference between vector and bitmap images​


Answered by yamini99999


Rather than a grid of pixels, a vector graphic consists of shapes, curves, lines, and text which together make a picture. While a bitmap image contains information about the color of each pixel, a vector graphic contains instructions about where to place each of the components.


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Answered by pakshi02


The difference between summer and winter is the length of the day. In summer, the days are longer due to the arc from the time the sun rises in the east until the sun sets in the west . Depending upon whether you live in the northern hemisphere or the southern hemisphere will depend on when you actually have winter. Winter and summer does not mean that you will have snow. The closer you get to the equator, the warmer you day and night will be. The futher north you live, the greater diversity in the climate and nasty weather can rear its ugly head. I live in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and our winters here are not too bad and quite tolerable. That being said, many people who live in the same climate will either leave for period of ti.time between Nov 1rst and April 30th to get away from winter weather to be in a place that has warm weather all year round…Florida, Mexico and the Caribbean being the most popular winter destinations.

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