What Two Colors Make Red?

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There are no two color combinations that make red. Red is a primary color that is used in combination with blue and yellow to make all other colors.
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Red is a primary color, and does not consist of a mixture of two colors. The above answer is wrong, because red is no longer a primary color of pigments. Yellow and magenta make red
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Mixing the two colors of red and yellow together creates orange, which is a hue in between the two colors. The color red is approximately 650 nanometers (nm) while yellow is 570 nm.
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Red is a primary color so no colors can be mixed to make it.
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In light they make white. In paint they make orangey-green colour.
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In traditional color theory red is a primary color. No colors can be mixed to create red.
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