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White

Pink

Red

Brown

Blue

Azure

Violet

Purple

Grey

Too many for a rainbow - well take two away - might cloud your judgement

Which two and why can you take away and not affect the list and why

if you have one use a spoiler please or get some ear plugs (first post <Reply> .. <insert special item>

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Take away pink because the white and red will form pink along their edge.

Take away the violet because azure and purple may blend to make violet??? I can't remember that far back to my days of finger-painting to recall if that statement is accurate or not

--OR--

Take away grey and white (colors of clouds) but I'm confused where Brown fits into the color scale

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--OR--

Take away grey and white (colors of clouds) but I'm confused where Brown fits into the color scale

Take away pink because the white and red will form pink along their edge.

Take away the violet because azure and purple may blend to make violet??? I can't remember that far back to my days of finger-painting to recall if that statement is accurate or not

pegged you 4 math -.... sorry, wrong - not saying if colour or reasoning
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...you can actually take away 3 colors and not affect the list. These are the different colors of noise.

  • White noise
    Pink noise
    Grey noise
    Red (or brown) noise
    Blue (or azure) noise
    Violet (or purple) noise

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...you can actually take away 3 colors and not affect the list. These are the different colors of noise.

  • White noise
    Pink noise
    Grey noise
    Red (or brown) noise
    Blue (or azure) noise
    Violet (or purple) noise

True - well done... silly me

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White and grey are the only two colors on the list that contain equal proportion of the ingredients (red, blue and green) but with different intensity. Also, they do not appear in the rainbow.

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How can you have different colors of noise?? that makes no sence!
How can you have different colors of noise?? that makes no sence!

Perhaps you could either visit and opthalmologista or otolgist - not sure if it's an ear or an eye problem, I guess wiki-ology is gonna help

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