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# Help with nieces homework arghhhh

What colour do you get if you mix red & cyan ?

What colour do you get if you mix red,green & blue

What colour do you get if you mix magenta & green

What colour do you get if you mix magenta,yellow and cyan

Thanks for any help,Google is doing my head in,for future reference are there any sites that actually help with kids homework such as this ?

They aren't allowed to bring text books home!

Well cyan is blue so surely the first one is purple?

Red, green, blue is that not brown?

red and blue- purple

red, green and blue- brown.

wow at the colours!

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Well cyan is blue so surely the first one is purple?Red, green, blue is … Well cyan is blue so surely the first one is purple?Red, green, blue is that not brown?

lol, u can only do the ones i can do

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I should know it myself,but with my Alzheimers.no chance lol

Magenta is blue and red apparently, so blue red and green again would be brown?

magenta,yellow and cyan =black

magenta,yellow and cyan = black

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Thank you,although i don't remember having Cyan when i was at school !

deb8z;6849169

Thank you,although i don't remember having Cyan when i was at school !

Tell the teacher not to give the kids hmwk when she's flyin lol

Send her back with the answer of "it depends on the relative amounts".

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Tell the teacher not to give the kids hmwk when she's flyin lol

I know what happened to the basics, red green and blue,now we have bleeding magenta and cyan ffs:w00t:

Assuming mixing light:

What colour do you get if you mix red & cyan ?
white

What colour do you get if you mix red,green & blue
white

What colour do you get if you mix magenta & green
white

What colour do you get if you mix magenta,yellow and cyan
white

Colour addition. The 3 primary colours are RBG

Happy to explain more if you want!

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How can my OH be logged in on my hukd from his netbook,last time i used it i must have left it logged in,i dont get how hes done that posted from my account.

Website here explains and shows it by flicking switches
lightwave.soton.ac.uk/exp…tml
Click on help for the explanation
Earlier poster who said they'd all be white was right!

The primary colours are red, blue and yellow.

Green is a secondary colour, made by mixing blue and yellow.

And the colour resulting from mixing others depends on the medium - mixing light achieves an entirely different result from mixing paint.

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Apparently one column says colour of light/s at the top and then the combinations i posted in the OP then the next coloum says ,Scene colour where they overlap

The scene colour column is blank for the answers!

No wonder i'm confused,the subject is science,i thought it was art lol

Are the answers all white then chesso ?

deb8z;6850036

Apparently one column says colour of light/s at the top and then the … Apparently one column says colour of light/s at the top and then the combinations i posted in the OP then the next coloum says ,Scene colour where they overlapNo wonder i'm confused,the sudject is science,i thought it was art lolAre the answers all white then chesso ?

Yes, I thought it must be science - I have set similar questions so many times!!
Definitely all white.

Goes like this:
R+G+B = white

overlap cyan = blue + green , add red ..... so R+G+B = W
and so on.

If you did this for real, you'd have to get the same intensites of each 'colour' so we'll just ignore that.

nswers are all white
red, green, blue primary colours of light - mixing all 3 makes white
cyan is blue + green
magenta is red + blue
yellow is green + red

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Thanks ever so much Chesso i would never have found out those answers!!

deb8z;6850356

Thanks ever so much Chesso i would never have found out those answers!!

More than welcome. :thumbsup: