Why do some companies rate golf balls in colors such as Callaway Red or Callaway Blue?
In the days of old the color that the number was marked in was supposed to relate it to its compression. However, this practice was done away with about 15 years ago. Even then it wasn't an exact science as balls would come in a range and then be grouped as if they were all the same. Nowadays it is purely marketing...I can attest to selling them for the last 20 or so years that very few people have any idea what the difference would be nor could they tell a difference in a blind test. A professional would opt for a softer performance ball while most amateurs would play a harder 'distance' ball. Today we have the best of both worlds. The most major improvement in many peoples minds may be clubs but any tour player will confess that the ball has revolutionized the game more than any other piece of equipment in the last 10 years.
One could say these colors make a rainbow, though this would not be entirely correct. Rainbow colors cover a continuous spectrum. When rainbow colors are names separately, they are usually listed as red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. ----------- They make up the colors of the first six billiard balls. Yellow Blue Red Purple Orange Green
There are 30 balls out of which 60percent are green balls and rest are blue balls How many ways that you can pick the pair of blue balls?
Colors are not owned, but colors may be included in trademark registration in conjunction with logos. For example, this is the color description for the trademark for an airline's software system: The color(s) blue and gold is/are claimed as a feature of the mark. The mark consists of the terms cloudstream and Lufthansa and the term "cloudstream" is in blue; the term "Lufthansa" and the design element are in gold.
The secondary colors are colors that can be made from the 3 primary colors- red, yellow, blue. The 3 secondary colors are- Green (yellow and blue), Purple (red and Blue), and orange (red and yellow). Those colors and primary colors make intermediate colors like yellow orange and blue green. In intermediate colors you must always state the primary color first.
Green. It doesn't seem to be an ordered sequence, but you have named the only color missing out of the set. The primary colors were yellow, blue, and red. The secondary colors are purple, orange, and green. ======================================================= Actually, it is an ordered sequence, and green is correct. The sequence is that of numbered billiard balls.