How Many Colors Are in a Rainbow?

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There are 7 colors in the rainbow: 1. red2. orange3. yellow4. green5. blue6. indigo7.violetOne way to remember, is to figure that all of the colors spell Roy G. Biv. Not necessarily someone's name, but an interesting way to remember.
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There are seven colors of the rainbow. You can remeber them because they spell out ROY G BIV. The first letter of the colors red,orange,yellow,green,blue,violet and indigo.
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Seven. ROYGBIV Red Orange Yellow Green Blue Indigo Violet
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1. Show each color of the rainbow. You can use things such as markers or pieces of construction paper to demonstrate the colors. 2. Put the colors in order. A rainbow always has the
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Rainbows form when sunlight is refracted into separate colors by water droplets. We usually see rainbows as arcs due to each individual color refracting at different angles.
Though a rainbow spans a continuous spectrum of colors, the human eye usually perceives bands of seven distinct colors: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet.
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