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  1. are sets of colors that can be combined to make a useful range (gamut) of colors

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    created by user picturefactobot on November 30, 2008
  2. For human applications, three are often used

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  3. for additive combination of colors, as in overlapping projected lights or in CRT displays, the primary colors normally used are red, green, and blue

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  4. For subtractive combination of colors, as in mixing of pigments or dyes, such as in printing, the primaries normally used are magenta, cyan, and yellow

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  5. Any choice of primary colors is essentially arbitrary

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