1.  Formal authorization or expression of an action, decision, intention, opinion, transaction, etc.

2.  Proposition put before a meeting of stakeholders or the directors of the firm for discussion, approval or adoption. Resolutions can be divided into 4 types:

3. Appropriate disposition of a complaint or protest through prescribed or standard procedures.

4. Sharpness or clarity of a monitor, printer, or scanner image, expressed in an appropriate unit

  • Pixel Per Inch ( PPI ) for Monitors,
  • Dots Per Inch ( DPI ) for Printers,
  • Samples Per Inch ( SPI ) for Scanners.

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