Resolution - GCSE Computing

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This is the ability of an image to 'resolve' two theorectical dots lying next to each other on the image. The finer the the grid i.e. the more horizontal and vertical pixels used, then the closer the dots can be and yet be seen as separate.

For instance a low-resolution image must be 72 dpi (dots per inch). This is fine for computer screens. Whilst a


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