Typing Equations on a PC

Reply Thu 17 Dec, 2009 10:21 am
Technically it depends on your definition of "bad". But in practice the answer is "probably yes", because the printers of your textbook publisher will have insanely good resolutions by our household standards. (6000 dpi are common for industrial strength printers.) In practice, then, the only certain way to eliminate "bad" aliasing is to eliminate all aliasing. That's what vector graphics do.
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