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### What are the 3 Primary Colors?

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Red, yellow, orange

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Red, yellow, blue

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Red, green, purple

B. Red, yellow, blue
Explanation
The primary colors are the colors that cannot be created by mixing other colors together. They are the building blocks for creating all other colors. In the subtractive color model used in painting and printing, the primary colors are red, yellow, and blue. By mixing these colors in different combinations, all other colors can be created. Therefore, the correct answer is red, yellow, blue.

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### What are the 3 Secondary Colors?

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Red, Blue, Yellow

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Orange, Green, Purple

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Blue, Green, Purple

B. Orange, Green, Purple
Explanation
The three secondary colors are orange, green, and purple. Secondary colors are created by mixing two primary colors together. In this case, orange is created by mixing red and yellow, green is created by mixing blue and yellow, and purple is created by mixing red and blue. These colors are considered secondary because they cannot be created by mixing any other colors together.

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### What are 3 Geometric Shapes?

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Triangle, Square, Circle

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Sphere, Cone, Cube

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Triangle, Cube, Square

A. Triangle, Square, Circle
Explanation
The correct answer is Triangle, Square, Circle. These three shapes are examples of geometric shapes. A triangle is a polygon with three sides, a square is a four-sided polygon with all sides equal in length and all angles equal to 90 degrees, and a circle is a closed curve with all points equidistant from the center. These shapes have distinct properties and are commonly studied in geometry.

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### What are 3 Geometric Forms?

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Triangle, square, circle

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Triangle, square, cube

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Cube, sphere, cone

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Square,cube, cone

C. Cube, sphere, cone
Explanation
The question asks for three geometric forms. Out of the given options, cube, sphere, and cone are all geometric forms. A cube is a three-dimensional shape with six equal square faces, a sphere is a perfectly round three-dimensional shape, and a cone is a three-dimensional shape with a flat circular base and a pointed top. Triangle, square, and circle are also geometric forms, but they are not included in the answer.

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### Where was Cetic lettering most popular?

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France

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Spain

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United States

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England

D. England
Explanation
Celtic lettering was most popular in England. This can be attributed to the strong influence of Celtic culture in England, particularly during the early medieval period. The intricate and ornate designs of Celtic lettering were commonly used in manuscripts, stone carvings, and other forms of art in England. The popularity of Celtic lettering in England can also be seen in the surviving examples of illuminated manuscripts such as the Book of Kells, which showcase the intricate and decorative nature of Celtic lettering.

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### Fill in the blankLeonardo Da Vinci was born in___________?

Italy
Explanation
Leonardo Da Vinci was born in Italy.

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### Fill in the blankThe_____________colors, red and blue; mix together to create the _____________ color, purple.

primary, secondary
Explanation
Primary colors are the basic colors that cannot be created by mixing other colors. Red and blue are two of the primary colors. Secondary colors, on the other hand, are created by mixing two primary colors. Purple is a secondary color that is created by mixing red and blue.

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### OP art is what type of style?

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An optical illusion that tricks the viewer's eye

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Art that is made based on popular culture

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A style that is blurry when close but the image is seen from far away

A. An optical illusion that tricks the viewer's eye
Explanation
OP art is a style that uses optical illusions to create artworks that trick the viewer's eye. These artworks often involve geometric patterns, contrasting colors, and repetitive shapes to create the illusion of movement or depth. The intention is to engage the viewer's perception and challenge their visual perception, creating a dynamic and interactive experience. This style emerged in the 1960s and continues to be influential in contemporary art.

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