When red and yellow are mixed together, they produce orange.
Red + Yellow = Orange
One part red (a primary colour) plus one part orange (a secondary colour) will result in red- orange (a tertiary colour).
Red is a primary colour. Orange is a secondary colour made from equal parts of the primary colours red and yellow. If you mix the two in equal parts you will get the tertiary colour red-orange.
it depends which primary color and which secondary color. For example orange plus red will just get you red orange because orange contains red. But orange plus blue will get you a shade of brown because they are complimentary colors.
red plus blue equals purple
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Red + yellow + green = brown.
A light green
Red is a primary colour. Orange is a secondary colour made up of equal parts red and yellow. When you mix red & orange together you get the tertiary colour red-orange,
orange - yellow = red red + blue = purple
Equal amounts of red and yellow make orange.
Red Orange Yellow*GreenBlue Indigo VioletRed is to Orange: Blue is to Indigo.INDIGO.AnswerRed is to orange as blue is to green. Red plus yellow is orange; blue plus yellow is green.
Blue isn't used to make orange. It is yellow and red.
In equal proportions, orange.
Equal parts of red and yellow make orange.
You would get an orange. The intensity of the orange would depend on the intensity of the red and yellow you use.
You can't. Orange is a secondary colour resultant from mixing equal parts red and yellow.
You get orange.
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