it really depends on who you are asking. But the real answer is no. White is not a true color.
If you don't add white [which is really an ABSCENCE of color ], you get black. And if you do add white... You get grey. :3333 Not really...
No. but blind people are said to see in black and white
white but really they can be any colour
no it is not it is a mixture of all the colors in the color spectrum
White, which isn't really a color but the absence of a color
It makes white. If you take a color wheel and twirl it really fast (Newton Color Wheel) it turns into white, or off white-ish grey.
No, the naming of the white rhino is the result of the mis-translation of the Afrikaans word widj meaning wide into English white which is really wyd in Afrikaans. The color of this animal can range from yellowish brown to slate grey.
white will look really good
Yes, in that they aren't really colors: black absorbs all colors; white reflects all colors.
it stand for relaxation and you can find any person with a white shirt becasue no one really wears that color! hope this helped:)
people may say there white. but really there skin color is a tan color. trust me i would know.