Trivium Test Vision and Perception

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what does .ppt stand for
white part of the eye
what does .doc stand for
Magenta, Yellow, Cyan (Computer and Science sections)
bending light
this image type handles cartoons and animations and can support transparency
a substance that absorbs light (science)
true or false. a picture is clearer with less pixels
Also known as 'Mixing Light'
Orange, Green, Purple (Art section)
reflecting light
Red, Green, Blue (Computer and Science sections)
What color do complements make in art?
tube like strus=cture located behind the retina
seeing something that really isn't there
coloring matter made from various minerals (From Art section)
this image type handles photographs and other images with complex colors and doesn't support transparecny
absense of light
Also known as 'Mixing Pigments'
Red, Yellow, Blue (Art class)
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digital image editing software
this image type handles solid colors and can support animation
located under the cornea
colored part of the eye
not nearly as sensitive as rods
what color in light dos red and blue make
number of pixels
What method do compiter monitors follow?
what we see
tell your computer what type of info is included in the file and how to handle that info
describes 3 Dimensional objects
a single point of a color ina graphic image
describes 2 Dimensional objects
ability to do work
sensitive; black and white colors
form of energy
whole located in the iris
what we make of what we see
translucent (clear) part of the eye
clear jellylike material

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