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# Lecture8-notes - Phys 100 Worksheet 6 Name Radiation...

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Instructions: Please go to http:i7Bhç!-qqletæ[o.eduienisirnnlation,icolor-vision and open the simulation Don't tum on the RGB lights yet. Discuss each question in small groups. Write on the back or an additional sheet fo¡ more space. 1) RGB Bulbs (15 min.) A) Before movinq anv of the RGB sli.lers the ne¡snn sees 'black'. What does this suggest about our vision? When do you see black? ,r" ;f{ - 4'¿o (&¿ Phys 100 - Worksheet 6 Radiation B) When you move the siiders, colored dots start to flow f¡om the sowces to the peßon's eyes. In real life, we don't these dots represent? Name: Student ID: i ,99- see flowing dots. What do fro'.l,'&,t 4 EF r'"L;ak",^- (-t#{) C) Use the sliders to make different colors. (This is how color TV, computer monitors, cellohone disolavs etc. do it.) How do vou make al ourole? ',nê( + IrL., ' ;i )';ii"*? * Çu; , :-{u'9 L"'*1 ;iilt';t dil Ã -- /t :*t, ,fy. D) We often say that daylight (or sunlight) is white. From parl C) what can you say about white lisht?

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