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A bit (binary digit) is the smallest unit of digital information. Eight bits equals one byte. Digital images are often described by the number of bits used to represent each pixel, i.e., a 1-bit image is monochrome; an 8-bit image supports 256 colors or grayscales; while 24 or 32-bit images support an even greater range of color.

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bit

From binary digit, is a basic unit of data storage, and has a value of either 0 or 1.Eight bits = one byte (See Byte below)
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Determines the maximum number of colors that can be displayed at one time. Bit depth is the number of bits per pixel, which determines the number of colors that the image can display. The minimum requirement for a color photograph is eight bits per pixel.
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bit

Binary digit, the smallest unit of digital information a computer can work with.
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bit

The smallest unit of memory. The word comes from binary and digit or 1 and 0. Also sometimes known as on and offs.
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bit

(BInary digiT) The smallest unit of computer memory
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