1. what color did you observe coming out of the dark side of the board?
2. what instrument did you just make out of the illustration board?
3.what do you sleep due to the white light that passes through it?
4. the color that you see coming out of the dark board is an evidence of what behavior of light?
5. why does this behavior happen?
6. can we predict this?
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1.With these three lights you can make shadows of seven different colors—blue, red, green, black, cyan, magenta, and yellow—by blocking different combinations of lights (click to enlarge diagram below). When you block two lights, you see a shadow of the third color—for example, block the red and green lights and you get a blue shadow. If you block only one of the lights, you get a shadow whose color is a mixture of the other two. Block the red light and the blue and green light mix to create cyan; block the green light and the red and blue light make magenta; block the blue light and red and green make yellow. If you block all three lights, you get a black shadow.
2.Illustration boards can use various types of paper. Some of them include paper used for watercolors, such as Arches paper, Mermaid paper, etc. Illustration board watercolor is among the most frequent applications of the tool. Also, boards such as Crescent illustration board, Kent paper, etc. can be utilized for drawings. What is more, the types of paper include canvas, graph, and pastel paper.
3.Light surrounds us from multiple sources, including streetlamps, televisions, and the blue light emitted from our electronic devices, like cellphones, computers, and tablets.
4.Light refracts in the same manner that any wave would refract. Light diffracts in the same manner that any wave would diffract. Light undergoes interference in the same manner that any wave would interfere. And light exhibits the Doppler effect just as any wave would exhibit the Doppler effect.
5.A common misconception is that behaviors will sometimes happen for no reason, but all behaviors can be boiled down to one (or more than one) of four reasons, or in ABA-speak: "functions of behavior".
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