Secondary Color Glossary Term
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Secondary Color
The color produced when equal amounts of two primary colors are mixed. An example of an additive secondary color would be when you have 100% red light and 100% green light which produces the additive secondary color, yellow. An example of a subtractive secondary color would be when you mix equal amounts of the subtractive primary colors, cyan and yellow, which produces the subtractive secondary color, green.

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