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 21. In Bresenham's algorithm, while generating a circle , it is easy to generate? a. One octant first and other by successive rotation b. One octant first and other by successive translation c. One octant first and other by successive reflection d. All octants
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 22. Why a circle drawn on the screen appears to be elliptical ? a. Screen has rectangular shape b. It is due to the aspect ratio of monitor c. CRT is completely spherical d. Our eyes are not at the same level on screen
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 23. In bresenhan's algorithm error term is initialized to ? a. 0 b. 1 c. -1/2 d. None of above

 24. Which of the following technique is used in Midpoint Subdivision algorithm ? a. Heap sort b. Bubble sort c. Binary search d. Linear search

 25. Which of the following clipping algorithm follows the Divide and Conquer strategy? a. Cohen- Sutherland algorithm b. Cyrus break algorithm c. 4-bit algorithm d. Midpoint algorithm

 26. A line with endpoints codes as 0000 and 0100 is ? a. Completely visible b. Completely invisible c. Partially invisible d. Trivially invisible

 27. In the raster scan method for transformation, a 90º rotation can be performed by ? a. by coping each row of the block into a column in the new frame buffer location b. reversing the order of bits within each row in the frame buffer c. by performing XOR on the frame buffer location d. None of above
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 28. Obliquee projection with an angle of 450 to the horizontal plane is called as ? a. Cabinaet projection b. Cavalier projection c. Isometric projection d. None of these