Subject: Why does blue green and red give the perception of almost every color?
Date: Wed Jun 3 19:11:55 1998
Posted by Charina Gaspay
Grade level: 10-12
School: H.M. Gunn high
City: Palo Alto State/Province: California
Area of science: Physics
Aren't blue, yellow and red the primary colors? Also, if light and
sound are both made of waves, why can't three musical notes combine to
make another single note? Is it because too much interference occurs?
Are there other sites someone could sugest?
Re: Why does blue green and red give the perception of almost every color?
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