Vectors don't have jagged edges.
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A vector image always stays smooth no matter how many times it is enlarged. Say you take an image from the net e.g a regular picture. When you enlarge said picture it will most definately become pixelated. A vector on the othe hand will not. Simple as that
im now in an ict lesson and a giant poster on the wall says vector based clipart keeps detail... which means like when its enlarged it will keep the ratio as thats how its written whereas bitmap/photos loose detail as they just enlarge the pixels or something...
edit: beaten to it sorry
Vectors use formulae to define the shapes.
Normal images (bitmapped), store colour data for each pixel.
So when you zoom in on a vector image, it won't pixelate.

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