2.02 Understand Digital Vector Graphics Question Preview (ID: 44184)


Match The Terms With The Definitions.

Vector Graphics
a) Graphics that are based on mathematical formulas that define lines, shapes, and curves
b) Graphics that are based on tools used in Adobe Photoshop
c) Can be edited in raster graphics programs
d) Can not be seen in 2D or 3D

Uses of Vector Graphics are:
a) Graphics that will be scaled (or resized)
b) Graphics that will not be scaled (or resized)
c) Graphics not on websites
d) Large file size allows for quick load times

Advantages of Vectors
a) Scalable and can be edited independently at any time
b) It is not scalable and can be edited independently at any time
c) Small File Sizes are not easily transferred over the Internet
d) Can accomodate small and large file sizes -

Disadvantages of Vectors are;
a) They support alot of colors
b) It is not time consuming to create.
c) Higher color quality than raster images
d) Lower color quality than raster images

Common Vector File Formats
a) EPS, Ai, SWF, WMF
b) EPS, Ai, SWF, WMF, PSD, PDF
c) EPS, TIFF, GIF, WMF
d) GIF

WMF stands for..
a) Windows Message Factors
b) Windows Minifile
c) Windows Metafile
d) Windows Meet Factors Formats

SVG stands for...
a) Scalable Vector Group
b) Scalable Vector Graphics
c) Size VIewing Graphics
d) Screen Vector Guide

AI
a) Adobe InDemand
b) Adobe Illustrator
c) Adobe Illiuminate
d) Assistance Illustrator

EPS
a) Encapsulated Photoshop
b) Encapsulated Programming
c) Encapsulated Postscript
d) Encapsulated Printscript

SVG
a) Standard format created by SMHS
b) It is not versatile
c) Standard format created by 2W4
d) Standard format created by W3C

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