What are the secondary colors?

When any two of the three primary colors are mixed, secondary colors are formed; they are called secondary because they are by-products of the primary red, green, and blue colors. Red light mixed with green creates yellow light. Red and blue produces magenta. Finally, cyan is formed when blue light and green light are added together.


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