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5 Matching questions

  1. Subtractive Color Model
  2. Monochromatic color scheme
  3. Neutral Color Scheme
  4. Color Depth
  5. Tertiary Colors
  1. a the eye sees what is left over after absorption and reflection by a surface.
  2. b The colors achieved by mixing a primary and an adjacent secondary color. Yellow + Orange = Yellow-Orange
  3. c Colors not found in the color wheel, such as brown, beige, grey, black, white
  4. d How color is represented by bits of data
    Used in computer games and image compression (GIFs)
  5. e One color and its full range of tints, shades and tones or scheme

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A color scheme in which 3 colors of equidistant distribution on the color wheel are used. Example: Green, Orange and Violet. Or, Red, Blue and Yellow.
  2. Systems for describing and categorizing color
  3. Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Violet
  4. are colors that are adjacent to each other on the color wheel
  5. Colors not found in the color wheel plus one or more small doses of other colors.

5 True/False questions

  1. Secondary ColorsThe colors created by mixing 2 of the primary colors. Red + Yellow = Orange, Yellow + Blue = Green, Blue + Red = Violet

          

  2. SaturationA color scheme in which 3 colors of equidistant distribution on the color wheel are used. Example: Green, Orange and Violet. Or, Red, Blue and Yellow.

          

  3. Shadea mixture of a hue with black

          

  4. ComplimentaryHow color is represented by bits of data
    Used in computer games and image compression (GIFs)

          

  5. Primary ColorsThe base colors of a color system that can't be divided into other colors. The "fundamental" primaries are Red, Yellow and Blue. (But there are other color systems.)

          

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