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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Saturation
  2. Triadic
  3. ROY G. BV
  4. Tone Value
  5. Value
  1. a Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Violet
  2. b 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.
  3. c The perceived lightness or darkness of a color
  4. d The intensity of hue; the amount of chroma in the color (how much color is in the color)
  5. e how light or dark the hue is

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 24 bits : 8 bits each of Red, Green and Blue
    Approximately 16 million color combinations possible
  2. How color is represented by bits of data
    Used in computer games and image compression (GIFs)
  3. The place of a color on the visible spectrum; the "name" colors: red, blue, yellow, etc
  4. One color and its full range of tints, shades and tones or scheme
  5. The colors created by mixing 2 of the primary colors. Red + Yellow = Orange, Yellow + Blue = Green, Blue + Red = Violet

5 True/False questions

  1. Additive Color Modelthe eye sees what is left over after absorption and reflection by a surface.

          

  2. ShadeThe place of a color on the visible spectrum; the "name" colors: red, blue, yellow, etc

          

  3. TintThe place of a color on the visible spectrum; the "name" colors: red, blue, yellow, etc

          

  4. 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.)

          

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