What does roygbiv mean?
ROY.G.BIV. Means red,Orange,Yellow,Green,Blue,Indigo,Viloet. It .is the initial light spectrum that makes up white light
Really Other Youngsters Get to Behave In Vicious ways ______________________________________________________________________ ROYGBIV is generally something that is taught in elementary art or science. It is pronounced Roy G Biv. If you can remember ROYGBIV, then you know the colors of the rainbow spectrum in order. It is as follows: * R-Red * O-Orange * Y-Yellow * G-Green * B-Blue * I-Indigo * V-Violet
ROYGBIV stands for Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, Violet. It is a mnemonic device for the colors of the traditional optical spectrum. Also the colors of a standard rainbow. Richard Of York Gave Battle In Vain - the wording to remember the colours of the poem red orange yellow green blue indigo violet
Red There is a very simple way of memorising the colours of the rainbow. Just remember, VIBGYOR where V-Violet, I-Indigo, B-blue, G-Green, Y-Yellow, O-Orange and R-Red. Their order in the rainbow is ROYGBIV, but it is easier as VIBGYOR. You simply have to reverse the order. 'Richard of York gained battles in vain' - mnemonic for ROYGBIV.
A mnemonic is a memorable phrase that makes it easy to recall lists using the initial letter from each word. For example the colours of the rainbow can be remembered using the mnemonic 'Richard Of York Gave Battle In Vain'. The trick is to take the initial letter from each word (ROYGBIV) and that should be enough to help us remember that rainbows are made up of the colours Red Orange Yellow Green Indigo Violet…