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Definition 1: Resolution can be expressed as the number of TV lines or pixels of the image sensor used to record an image. Definition 2: Resolution can be expressed as the total number of pixels. With megapixel cameras, the resolution is generally the total number of pixels, divided by 1,000,000, and rounded off.
Screen resolution is measured by the number of pixels displayed in each dimension. For example if the screen size is 5.8 inches and screen resolution is 1138 X 680, then PPI can be calculated as 1138X 1138 + 680 X 680 = 1757444. Square root of 1757444 is 1325.69. Now, divide the number 5.8 i.e. 1325.69/5.8 = 228.5.
Screen size is measured in inches e.g. 5, 10, 13, 17, etc. Screen size and screen resolution aren't directly related. In this case the monitor with the higher resolution will be able to fit more stuff on one screen. The images will be smaller but sharper because the distance between the pixels will be shorter.
1080p vs. 27-inch 1080p monitor has a pixel density of about 81 ppi.
The Screen resolution is generally measured as width x height in pixels. For example resolution 1920 x 1080 means the 1920 pixels is width and 1080 pixels is height of the screen. However your current screen resolution may be less than max supported screen resolution.
Pixel count In order to calculate this resolution you just use the same formula you would use for the area of any rectangle. multiply the length by the height. For example, if you have a photo that has 4,500 pixels on the horizontal side, and 3,000 on the vertical size it gives you a total of 13,500,000.
Resolution refers to the number of pixels in an image. Resolution is sometimes identified by the width and height of the image as well as the total number of pixels in the image. For example, an image that is 2048 pixels wide and 1536 pixels high (2048 x 1536) contains (multiply) 3,145,728 pixels (or 3.1 Megapixels).
Checking resolution on a PC To check a photo's resolution on a Windows PC, select the file you want to use. Right-click on the image and then select "Properties." A window will appear with the image's details. Go to the "Details" tab to see the image's dimensions and resolution.
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