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 If blue, red, and yellow are primary colors, why do color TVs use red blue and green?

Answer Red, blue, and yellow are primary colors for pigment.Red, green, and yellow are primary colors for light. The two are not the same.
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Blue and green picture on TV?

If you have something other than a TV with a standard cathode ray picture tube, skip to near the end and the part about calling a repair shop. Plasma and LCD sets usually don't fail like that. Yes,... Read More »
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What planet is blue and green?

Earth, Neptune and Uranus are the three planets in the Solar System that may all, at times, appear to be blue and green. All three planets mainly appear blue but, under certain conditions, may part... Read More »
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What is blue green algae also known as?

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