!. true or false? A resolution setting of 800 x 600 means that the screen is set to display 800 pixels wide by 600 pixels high
2.true or false? CRT Monitors are usually less expensive than LCD Monitors
3. true or false? A 17 inch LCD display is comparable to a 19 inch CRT display.
4. true or false? A 17 inch LCD display is comparable to a 19 inch CRT display.
5. Which of the following is NOT an advantage of a CRT monitor
6. CRT is short for
7.LCD is short for
8.The following paragraph is the proper explanation of how a CRT monitor works.
A CRT works by moving an electron beam back and forth across the back of the screen. Each time the beam makes a pass across the screen, it lights up phosphor dots on the inside of the glass tube. This process illuminates the active portions of the screen. By drawing many such lines from the top to the bottom of the screen, it creates the image on the screen.
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Whenever you are given, or even coding something Width ALWAYS comes first, then HEIGHT. For example you will usually see a rectangle as (x,y,width,height);