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18 July, 00:20

The primary colors for paints are different for those used in a television because

A. Paints reflect light instead of emit light

B. Paints take out light from what light is shined onto them

C. Both of A and C

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  1. 18 July, 00:27
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    C. Both of A and C

    Explanation:

    Primary colors are colors that can be combined with one another to form other colors called secondary colors.

    Light can be defined as a phenomenon that causes the sensation of vision. The primary colors with regards to light are: red, green and blue. Light is a form of an additive system where there is an addition of two or more primary colored lights to form other colors.

    Paints are subtractive systems that produce color due to absorption and reflection of colors. A green paint appears green because it has absorbed other colors and reflects only green. Its primary colors are blue, yellow and green.

    Therefore, paints reflect light and take out light from what light is shined onto them.
  2. 18 July, 02:02
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    the correct answer is A

    Explanation:

    In my opinion, the colors in both visual sources are different than in a painting, the color is the wave that is refracted when perceiving it with our human eye (this means that a painting of red color, absorbs all the waves of the color ranges except the color red and that refracted wave is captured by our eye and we visualize it that way) on the other hand, on the television screen or other screens the colors have the same system that we explain with the paintings but they also have more luminosity or greater value, intensity since they emit or emit light and greater brightness.
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