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    Chapter 9: Color

    Q1) The color that is opposite of red on the color wheel is:

    A. blue
    B. green
    C. cyan
    D. yellow

    Q2) A lightsource that is too blue can be compensated for with a[n]:

    A. amber filter
    B. blue filter
    C. cyan filter
    D. magenta filter

    Q3) which of the following is correct?

    A. RYGCMB
    B. RGYCBM
    C. RYGCBM
    D. RYCGMB
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    1. B
    2. D
    3. C

    I think.....?

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    Going with
    1. B
    2. A
    3. C
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    Ok, I should think it impossible to get 3 right and 1 wrong. Perhaps we should practice making our wheels round?
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    So I looked up 5 different versions of color wheels since you posted this... I am still going with C. And please post PROOF that it's wrong, Mr. Levesque.
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    It's going to depend on whether you are talking about visible light or pigments.
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    So I looked up 5 different versions of color wheels since you posted this... I am still going with C. And please post PROOF that it's wrong, Mr. Levesque.
    Read it like this, "if you get 3 right, how could you get 1 wrong?"
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    Oh duh. Ok, because it's a typo.

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    and technically they're both right. If you're adjusting pigments, then my initial answer was actually correct. And is it a 6-tone color wheel?
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    1) C
    2) A
    3) C
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    Default To many years doing B&W

    1 c
    2 a
    3 b


    I think Ask me about B&W then no problem, color then I guess
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