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Colors

Sep 3, 2022
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Types of Colors 

  • Primary colors 
  • Secondary Colors 

Primary Colors 

  • Red 
  • Blue 
  • Yellow 
  • Blue
Blue 
  • Red
red
  • Yellow
Yellow

Let us see the examples of Primary Colors 

Example 1: 

  • The Apple is red in color. 
The Apple is red in color.

Example 2: 

  • The mango is yellow in color. 
The mango is yellow in color.

Example 3: 

  • The Sky is Blue in color. 
The Sky is Blue in colour.

Secondary Colors 

A secondary color is a color made by mixing of two primary colors. 

Let us see the examples of Secondary Colors 

  • Green 
  • Violet 
  • Orange 
Secondary colors 
Secondary colors 

Example 1: 

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Blue + Yellow = Green 

  • A leaf is in green in color. 
A leaf is in green in colour.

Example 2: 

Yellow + Red = Orange 

  • An orange is in orange color. 
An orange is in orange color.

Example 3: 

Red+ Blue = Violet

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  • Brinjal is Violet in color.  
Brinjal is Violet in color

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