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by using the capture-recapture method which gives you the total size of organisms in a population.
You can use Paint to shrink the image (image>strech). Then save it as a much smaller image and the file size will be the smaller.
Yes, Web Browsers support three Bitmap image file types. BMP files are generally supported by latest browsers.
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It depends on the image dimensions (width, height) and on the color depth. Basically the size of the bitmap, because of lack of compression, is file header + (color palette - …optional, only if palette based) + width * size * bytes per pixel.
right click on image file and choose properties and you will see size in kb
The size it not the same for every single PDF file out there. It will very depending on what and how much is inside them. However to find out the size of your PDF document fol…low these steps: -> Right click the PDF file --> Select properties ---> The window that pops up will tell you every thing you need to know about your file including the size.
They are both bitmaps or pixel based formats with support for transparency, bmp is much larger in size and people usually use png for Internet. See related link.
No more or less than what happens to any other image . . . that is given an appearance of enlargement by reducing the resolution at which it is displayed. In other words the b…it content of images cannot be increased, but such images can be made to appear of (to resolve at) an apparent size in excess of that indicative of their bit count at a prior/existing resolution level.
Right click on the picture, then click properties.
cable sie for DC = (current x loop length x 0.019)/ voltage drop where 0.019 is conductivity of copper cable
1.Answer: First, both the "indexed allocation" and FAT schemes use the idea of linked list, i.e., the blocks are linked one after another. However, in the "indexed allocatio…n" scheme, each "next pointer" exists in the file block itself so that you need to visit the first (i-1)th blocks if you intend to access the ith block, such visits will introduce a lot of disk seek time/rotational latency. While, in the FAT scheme, all such linked list information are in stored in the FAT, which is one or several contigous blocks. Searching in FAT, you need only (i-1)lookups. Usually they are in the same block and you do not need to let the head move from one block to another, or even if you have to jump to another block(since FAT may be longer than what can be stored on a single block), it is still much faster than "indexed allocation".
pH = -log[H+] where H+ equals the concentration of hydrogen ions in a given solution.
The normal formal for a bitmap image is .bmp I have also seen .dib referred to as a bitmap image, but this is not a common format.
vector graphics as smaller than raster graphics but the size depends on the size of the image but they are generally smaller in size than raster images(i.e images such as phot…os) and can scale up and down without losing quality.
In Photoshop, navigate to the Image menu, then click Image Size... You can change the amount of pixels in the Pixel Dimensions section. If you don't have Photosh…op you can download the XnView image viewer for free and use that to resize it. Open the image in XnView, click on Image then Resize. You can change the resolution in the Screen Size section. After you change the size you will need to save the image from the file menu to save the changes when you close XnView.