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 referred to as additivecolors, like the ones used for TV screens, then you would get thecolor yellow. . When using acrylic p…aints, 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. (MORE)
Red and green would create either black or brown depending on if the primary colours are all equal. This is because green is the product of yellow and blue, and all the primary colours come together to create black. In terms of light colour, red and green would produce yellow.
A weird dirty brown colour. Green and red will make neutral shade of brown differing in tonal range according to the quantities of red and green added. If white is added to a high amount of green and lesser amount of red this will make a brown/grey looking color. It really just depends on what m…edium you are mixing like clay, paint, melted crayon, anything of that sort. (MORE)
Red with green comes out brown. This is because these two colors are complimentary colors and any two complimentary colors mixed together will always become brown.
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
Answer Brown or gray depending on if you are using true complementary colors or not. If you mix cadmium red (red-orange) with phthalo green (blue-green) in a ratio of 3 to 1, you will get a dark gray. If you look on the color wheel, you will see that red-orange and blue-green are directly opposite …each other so they are true complementary colors. If you use the same cadmium red and mix it with sap green (yellow-green) you get brown. The color wheel shows that they are on color away from being complementary, thus the brown instead of gray. Adding white to either of these will give you varying shades of gray or light brown. There are two related links which may be helpful. The second is a video demonstration. Alternative Answer All the above answers deal with pigments and paints. When dealing with light, the story is different. Red light added with green light in the right proportion makes yellow light. The area of your eye that detects color is called the "cone". Your cones are specialized to send the messages for "red", "blue" and "yellow" to your brain. The absence of red is green, just like the absence of white is black. Thus, under normal conditions, there's no way to combine red and green. However, there are very specific conditions that cause your retinas to receive both a "red" and a "green" signal and send both signals to your brain, resulting in "reddish green". Doing so is difficult, one has to flash red and green in quick succession before the person trying to see reddish green while trying to keep that person's head very still so not to disrupt the illusion. When you blend red light and green light of equal luminance, they cancel out. Since most forms of light contain RGY, most people see yellow rather than white when this "cancel" happens. The reason why green and red paint turns brown is because you've overloaded the paint with pigments, it's absorbed so much over every color that it can't display yellow or white, but your eye is canceling out either the red or the green (as well as the blue or the yellow) because you can't normally see both at once.. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_color_does_green_and_red_make#ixzz1b1yYu6uP (MORE)
It is yellow-- mixing red and green PAINT produces brown; mixing red and green LIGHT produces yellow.
You cannot make the colour red by mixing other colours, it is a primary colour so it is used to create other secondary colours
Usually a brown, not quite black. It also tepends on how much you use. Note that green includes both blue and yellow. So more of the compound would be blue than any other colour. This might tint it slightly blue or green. Try it with paint sometime - the outcome is slightly different depending on th…e ratios. (MORE)
it comes out purple but if you mix Magenda Cyan and Yellow, you get BLACK this is because its paint and you are not dealing not LIGHT
If you combine blue, red and green light (the primary colours of light) it turns into white light.
Some shade of brown. Red & blue make purple, add green and you get brown.
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 form a nice chocolate brown to a dirty nasty brown.
It does not matter how much red (a primary colour) and green (a secondary colour) you mix together, you will always get some variation of brown or grey. Yellow is a primary colour, that means you can not mix to get it.. You can't do it. Yellow is a primay color which means that you can't mix colors… to get yellow. Red is also a primary color and green is the complimentary color of red. When you mix these two colors you will get a strange shade of brown...but no yellow. Sorry. (MORE)
No. Not as simple as "No.". It doesn't matter what color it is. It matters what base chemical it is. Ethylene Glycol or Propylene Glycol are your 2 choices. Use one or the other. If you have mixed the 2 different base chemical types, you will have to flush the entire system. What you will expect to …see from mixing the 2 is a sludge build up on top of your water in the radiator. This is usually black, or dark gray. Gray usually only because after the separation process in the lubricants found in coolants, the 'oily" sludge will draw moisture causing the grayness. Also, try to use PG (most of the time it's red) in engines/cooling systems that predominantly incorporate the use of aluminum parts. This will help preserve the seals and help against corrosion caused by electrolysis. -BrokenShoelace (MORE)
No you can not due to the properties of the two.. Certain "red" antifreezes and "green" antifreeze combine and turn to "mud". Other "red" antifreezes combine with out any problem. You best bet is to not mix colors ever.
When you mix the three primary colors (red, blue, green) you get white. ................................................................................................................. YOU CAN'T GET WHITE!! YOU WILL GET SOMETHING DARK KINDA LIKE DARK BLUE CLOSE TO BLACK!! YOU SHOULD TRY IT IF U GET… WHITE I WILL GIVE YOU $1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 (MORE)
Red is a primary color. Green is a secondary color made by mixing blue and yellow. If you mix red and green, it is the same as mixing all three primary colors (red, yellow, blue). What you get is mud, or various shades of brown.
Im guessing a brown or purple Colour , but i dont know 100% so dont actaully think that is the correct awnser !! Do you know about primary && Secondary Colours??. Serarch google for the best answers !!
When it comes to light, green is a primary color and yellow is the secondary. I cannot explain why this is, but it is how it works (Possibly because it is about transmitting light and not reflecting, but that doesnt explain why red and blue stay the same)
A yucky brown colour. I think .. You get a purpulish greenish color.. One thing is for sure you don't get a beutiful pink.
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.
When you mix red and green using paint, crayons, or colored pencilsyou get a shade of brown. When you use red and green light however,you get yellow.
according to the color wheel- gray, but it really looks more like mud when done with paint
depends how much red and how much green, but you will more than likely get a shade of yellowish orange
Red and Green being opposite each other on the color wheel, you should get a grey color if proper amounts of each color are mixed together.
Most commonly you will get some variation on brown, however it can look like a dark grey or off-black. When adding shadow to paintings, many artists use the complimentary colour (red in green, purple in yellow, blue in orange) to achieve a dark brown, that comes very close to black, but has more "…life" than using a true black in the mix. (MORE)
if you are mixing equal part red, yellow and blue (the three primary colours) you should get a brown. If you have achieved a green from this mixture you are using larger proportions of blue and yellow and a small amount of red will make it more of an olive (or browned) green. To get a true green u…se equal parts yellow and blue... leave the red out. (MORE)
When you mix red and green you get a kind of brownish color and when you mix it with a little bit of black you make it darker.
If you use pure red, green and yellow paint , it will make black. If you use pure red, green and yellow light it will make white. If you use a tint of red, yellow or green, it will make either dark orange, dark purple, or dark green, or a mixture of the three.
If you mix paint of those colours, you will get a brown-black mixture. This is because paints work through absorbing certain colours of light, and mixing all three will result in a mixture which absorbs all of the colours and reflects none or very little. If you mix light of those colours, red and… green form yellow, so you would get a yellow colour. Yellow because red + green = yellow and yellow + yellow = yellow. (MORE)
When you mix a primary (in this case red) with the complimentary secondary colour (in this case green) you will get a brown or dark grey of some sort.
There are to possible answers to this question... If what you are mixing is light (like the TV/Monitors does)... or if what you are mixing pigments (like inks, crayons, etc)... In the case of light, Red Light and Green Light will give you Yellow Light... (for example when you are working with the …RGB system you have to look at it like this... this is called Additive Colors) In the case of inks, (for example the CMYK color model, that will be called Subtractive Colors) The resulting color will be a shade of brown. (MORE)
Really that would depend on what percentages of each color you'd put into the mixture. But it would be a shade of brown.
Green can bemade by mixing yellow and blue. However, red and blue cannot, because they are primary colors. Correct me if I'm wrong, but they might all be primary colors... Just know that green can be made by mixing blue and yellow. Red and blue cannot be made with anything. (However, if you mix th…em together, they make purple). (MORE)
It would be easier to buy brown paint but I guess is your mixing then. Orange and Black is the best option
A pink fine from a policeman when you go through a green lite that actually was red. :-)
If you mix red, green, and yellow you will get a dark green bogey color!
The making of the secondary colour green does not involve the primary colour red. Instead, it involves mixing primary colours blue and yellow together, and to change the shade, adding flecks of the tone colour white (lighter green) and black (darker green).
it depends on the type of green or red but usually you would put more red
Some form of grey/black or any of a large number of browns, depending on the amounts of each.
Green is a mixture of blue and yellow, so green and red would make brown.
You would get BROWN antifreeze, which would be difficult to seerust colors in. The bright green of antifreeze is designed to warnpeople what it is, because it is harmful or fatal if swallowed.
This will most likely be black or a horrible vomit brown. Hope my fashion sense helped!
You cannot get orange with the colors red and green. To get orange you should mix yellow and red. If you mix red and green you get brown.
It depends on the brands of coolant. It may do no more harm than being an ugly color, or it could sludge up and restrict all flow. It depends on the brands of coolant. It may do no more harm than being an ugly color, or it could sludge up and restrict all flow.
White and gray together will make a lighter gray. Red and green will make a brown. Light gray and brown together will make a neutral color, also called greige or a greyed brown.
Red is a primary color. Green is a secondary colour resultant of mixing equal parts of the primary colours, Yellow and Blue. When you mix all three of the primary colours together you get some form of brown or in some cases grey.
Red is a primary color and green is a secondary color made from mixing the other two primary colors, yellow and blue. So mixing red and green will make a brown.
Yellow light. They make a "tricolor" LED that glows red when DC biased in one direction, green when DC biased in the other direction and yellow when AC biased. There are only two diodes in it - a red and a green. When you AC bias this thing, both diodes glow and...you get yellow!