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Course Name        BSc IT (Bachelor of Science in Information Technology)

Subject Code       BT9301 (Computer Graphics )

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Subject : Computer Graphics

BT9301 : PART - B

 Q. 1 Choose the ingredients of the shading models i) Properties of intensities ii) Properties of the surface iii) Properties of the illumination falling on it A) i) and iii) B) ii) and iii) C) i) and ii) D) i), ii) and iii) Q. 2 Select true statements regarding Edge Flag Algorithm i) It is three step process ii) The second step is to fill between bounding pixels iii) The first step is to outline the contour A) i) and ii) B) ii) and iii) C) i) and iii) D) i), ii) and iii) Q. 3 Consider the line from (0, 0) to (5, 5) then applying Bresenham’s Algorithm yields dy = ______ and e = _______ A) 5, ½ B) -5, -½ C) 5, -½ D) -5, ½ Q. 4 In Cohen Sutherland algorithm ___ bit is set if the end point is to the right of the window and ______ bit is set if the end point is below the window A) First, Third B) Second, Third C) First, Fourth D) Fourth, Second Q. 5 Choose the oblique projectors from below i) General ii) Auxiliary views iii) Trimetric iv) One principal vanishing point v) Cabinet A) i), iii) and iv) B) i), iii) and v) C) i), ii) and iv) D) i) and v)