Black and White Television

A newspaper is composed of many small dots arranged in almost rectangular patterns. The dots are very small in the white aread of the picture, but very large in dark areas. The dots vary in size to convey different shades of black, grey, and white. However, in a television, the dots are the same size and only differ in the shades of grey.

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