Q: What are the 3 prime colours?

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yellow, red and blue

The prime colours of light are green, red and blue. Any other colour is a result of a mixture of these colours. The prime colours of light are different to the prime colours in art, so don't get confused!

The three prime colours are red, blue and yellow. So yellow is a prime colour.

Nothing. Colours and numbers have no relationship.

Red, Yellow & Blue

red yellow and blue

Supplementary colours are colours that are next to each other on the colour wheel. They are basically the colours that are between two prime colours not including the second prime colour. Example, Red - Red/Orange - Orange - Yellow/Orange are all supplementary to each other.

All you must do is find the prime colours which are red yellow blue mix them together ( only two for a real colour ) and you have got more than 3 colours

The primary colors are red, yellow and blue - all others are not "primary" colors.Black and white are not colours. Black is a shade and white is a tint. Colors/Colours like purple, green, and orange would not be prime as they are a mix of other colors/colours.

Primary colours (not pigments) are red, green and blue.

Prime numbers cannot be made up from multiplying other numbers. Primary colours cannot be made up from adding other colours.

It is a prime.

the primary colours and he secondary colours which are on the colour wheel and the colours are.... primary colours: red, blue and yellow secondary colours: purple, pink and orange

3 is a prime.

the one with the 3 horizontal colours

3 is a prime number. Its only prime factor is 3.

There are 3 colours of apple.RedYellowGreen

Not completely. They are dichromatic, where they can only see the prime colours of yellow and blue.

yellow is a prime colour, and therefore cannot be created using other colours, it can only be used to make other colours.

3 = 3, since 3 is prime.

3 is prime.

3 is a prime number. Its only prime factor is 3.

There is no factorisation since 3 is, itself, a prime.There is no factorisation since 3 is, itself, a prime.There is no factorisation since 3 is, itself, a prime.There is no factorisation since 3 is, itself, a prime.

3 primary colours

3 Colours in the Italian Flag