Sample Questions: final midterm April 1, 2011
1) What are LEDs? How do they work?
2) How does the green flash happen?
3) Why are sunsets red?
4) Why is the sky blue?
5) Why are clouds white?
6) How are aurora produced?
7) What is the difference between lu
1. Label the achromatic point.
2. Using the table of colour and wavelength, label the following: R, G, B, C, YG
3. Label magenta, located at x=0.42, y=0.13
4. Label the positions of the non-spectral purples, and red-violet.
5. Mark locations
SC/NATS 1870 section A
class 1: Intro
1. What is a spectrum?
2. What are the 3 dimensions of colour?
3. Why is there no unique primary set?
class 2: Colour & Light
1. Describe Newtons experimentum crucis and how it fu
Colour Perception - II
What did you see?
vision see a
2- Prism Experiment:
LIGHT & SOUND
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11:30 am to 1:00 pm
Say the colours of
the words as
quickly as you can
the Stroop Effect
Absorption of light: paint swatches
Subtractive mixture: magenta + yellow = red
mixed colour results from wavelengths mutually
reflected by both paints in mixture
Subtractive Mixture explained:
There is no
blue color in
There is only
Factors Influencing Participation in International
This expectation describe, drawing on information from a variety of sources, including the
Internet, the impact technology has had on the international business environment (e.g., ecommerce, e-d