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shine - shone - shone. (shone is pronounced shon)."Shone" can be regarded as all-purpose.However "shined" is transitive - it needs an object - so shoes or a table can be shined, but it would not be appropriate to use "shined" as a description of someone's ability.
A green object would look blaack in a red light because coloured objects absorb all colours except the colour they are, so a green object absorbs 6 colours (red, orange, yellow, blue, indigo, violet) and reflects 1 (green). In this situation, there is no green light to reflect and it can't reflect other colours, so it looks black. :)
violet, becasue of how the colours react to each other and how they work together to form green.
There would either be no light (pure blackness) or so much saturated light that colour is eliminated (pure whiteness). However, this is a completely hypothetical event.
It would still look blue :)
The object would be black, because red cannot reflect green light so no colour is reflected of the object.
Black, because the blue light would be absorbed into the object's pigment and as there is no green light to reflect, the object would appear black.
A "green" object is called "green" because that's the only color of light it reflects, and it absorbs any other color. If orange light is shining on it, then there's no light for it to reflect, and it looks black to you.
That would be called a spotlight.
An object appears a certain color to you because it reflects that color of light and absorbs other colors of light. For example, a white object appears white because it reflects all colors of visible light (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet). A black object appears black because it absorbs all of these colors--and as a result, none of those colors are reflected back to your eyes. Under white light, the object appears yellow-green because it reflects both yellow and green light and absorbs all other colors. (Remember, white light has all colors of visible light in it). If only green light is present, there's only green light for it to reflect--so it will appear green. If you shined yellow light on it only, it would be yellow. If you shined yellow and green light, it would appear yellow-green again. It you shined red and blue light on it, it would appear black, because it absorbs both of those colors.
If white light is shined through a prism, it will be dispersed into colors.