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    What is the amount of storage required for a pixel that shows a continuous gray scale on a black and white screen? If the display is 1024*786 pixels (a common display size), how much memory does the frame buffer need?

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    1. opiesche
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      Normally, gray scale means 8 bit gray (integer values from 0-255). Assuming that, it's of course one byte per pixel.

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