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it would appear black.

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Q: What color would a red object appear to be if you shone only green light on it?
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What color would a red object appear to be if you shone a green light on it?

it would appear black.


What color will a red object appear under green light?

It would appear black because the object would not reflect any of the colors of light back.


If an object reflects red and green light what color does the object appear to be?

An object that reflects green and red light would be some shade of yellow or orange, depending on the proportions.


If an objects reflects red and green light what color does the object appear to be?

An object that reflects green and red light would be some shade of yellow or orange, depending on the proportions.


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If object is white in sunlight what color will it be in green light?

If an object is white in sunlight it will be green in green light. A white object reflects all wavelengths (colors) of light that shine on it. If only green light shines on it, that color will be reflected and the object will look green.


What color does an object appear to be if it absorbs all the colors of light?

If an object absorbs all the colors of light, it will appear to be black. It is the reflected part of the spectrum that gives an object its color.


What color light does a green object absorb?

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What color would a green tennis ball appear in green light?

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What color does white light minus green light appear?

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Does the color of an object appear to be the same color as the light that it absorbs?

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What color does a green and orange object reflect?

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