Depends on the ratio of the combination
Subdued version of the primary color
red and green
red and blue
green and blue
Green and cyan
The inverse of
both have the same frequency
both have the same wavelength
Both travel at the same speed.
red light travels faster than violet light.
Blue + green = cyan
Blue + yellow = white
Red + yellow = magenta
Red + green = yellow
a shorter wavelength
A faster speed
a longer wavelength
A lower frequency
Different colored light has different wavelengths
Certain parts of a prism only let certain colors of light pass through
The colors are changed by addition.
This is an example of color by subtraction
A wave only
A particle and a wave
neither a particle nor a wave
A particle only
Prisms distort images
White light is composed of colors
Prisms are transparent
Light travels at a constant speed
Speed in a vacuum
Primary pigments reflects one color primary and absorbs two
Complementary colors are two colors that combine to form white
Primary colors combine to form other colors
A secondary color is a combination of two primary colors
They produce different colors..
They reflect their color and absorb all the others.
They cannot be seen..
They produce only cyan, yellow, and magenta
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