What is the difference between vectors and pixels?

What is the difference between vectors and pixels?
What is the difference between vectors and pixels?

Vector data always produces better quality than pixel images due to their precise geometric definition. Vector data can be freely scaled because they are not calculated over and over again using pixels, but rather using mathematical properties. In this case, pixels are not formed, but rather areas. Vector data is therefore always preferable when designing.
Since many images cannot be represented in vector form, they require a large amount of information. This information is represented in pixels. To ensure that the images do not appear "blurry" or "pixelated" in the subsequent printed product, pixel images require a high dpi number. This means that the more pixels (dpi) an image has per inch, the better the quality.

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