What do you mix with red to get green?
UK traffic lights, if you add amber to the red light the next colour you see will be Green.
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If you are using pigments, which are referred to as subtractivecolors, like paint, crayons, etc, then you would get a shade ofbrown. But, if you are using light, which are re…ferred to as additivecolors, like the ones used for TV screens, then you would get thecolor yellow. . When using acrylic paints, if you use a 3:1 ratio of red togreen using cadmium red and phthalo green, you will get gray byadding varying amounts of white to it.
yes, but will dilute to the lesser quality of the two,and all color or any antifreeze can be added to other but will not replace it
brown---or a form of it
Red and Green are complements. When you mix complement they neutralize one another creating a neutral. Depending on the amount of red or green you use it could be any where f…orm a nice chocolate brown to a dirty nasty brown.
Depending on the pigments from wich the paint was manufactured and the quality of the paint, the results may vary. Most probably you will obtain a brown hue.
according to the color wheel- gray, but it really looks more like mud when done with paint
A pink fine from a policeman when you go through a green lite that actually was red. :-)
if you are dealing with light than the answer is white
Some form of grey/black or any of a large number of browns, depending on the amounts of each.