Adding Styles with Bootstrap

How much re-sizing can you do with styles on things like tables, images, and other objects without interfering with their bootstrap properties.  In other words, if I want an image to be mobile responsive, can I re-size it with style="width:150px;" and still have it be a responsive image?
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Julian HansenCommented:
Question: how can it be responsive if you give it a fixed width?
Once you give a width - that is the width.

You can give it a max-width and have it be responsive. This will increase width up to a maximum size and then stop.

Normally we would give it a width 100% so it fits its responsive container - and then let the container control the width of the children - it depends on what you are wanting to achieve
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