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What is the definition of Shade?
a) It is the lightness or darkness of the color.
b) It is the brightness of purity of a color.
c) It is another word for the name of a color
d) It is a color plus white.

What is the definition of Hue?
a) It is a color plus black.
b) It is a color plus white.
c) It is another word for the name of a color.
d) It is the lightness or darkness of the color.

What is the definition of Tint?
a) It is a color plus white.
b) It is a color plus black.
c) It is the lightness or darkness of the color.
d) It is another word for the name of a color.

What is the definition of Saturation?
a) It is the lightness or darkness of the color.
b) It is another word for the name of a color.
c) It is the brightness or purity of a color.
d) It is a color plus black.

What is the definition of Value?
a) It is a color plus black.
b) It is the brightness or purity of a color.
c) It is the lightness or darkness of the color.
d) It is another word for the name of the color.

How are Secondary Colors created?
a) They are created by mixing a primary color and a secondary color.
b) They can’t be mixed from any other colors and are the base for every other color.
c) They are created by mixing two primary colors.
d) They are created by mixing two secondary colors.

They are created by mixing two secondary colors.
a) Red, Green Blue
b) Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Key (Black)
c) Red, Yellow, Blue
d) Violet, Orange, Green

What is the definition of Grayscale?
a) It is the color mode that is best to use in all situations.
b) It is a color mode used for screens and devices that emit light. It uses the additive color model.
c) It is a color mode used for printing. It uses the subtractive color mode.
d) It is a color mode that uses white to black and all the shades of grey between.

How are Tertiary Colors created?
a) They are created by mixing a primary color and a secondary color.
b) They are created by mixing two secondary colors.
c) They are created by mixing two primary colors.
d) They can’t be mixed from any other colors and are the base for every other color.

What are the Secondary Colors?
a) Red, Green, Blue
b) Violet, Orange, Green
c) Red, Yellow, Blue
d) Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Key (Black)

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