Is White the Absence of Color?

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Yes, white is considered the absence of color. No two colors can be combined together to make the color white.
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Black is the absence of color, and is therefore not a color; White is
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Black is the absence of light and therefore the absence of color. Mixing all colors make black.
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Black is the absense of light. Color does not exist without light. So black is the absence of color. White is a balance of color in light. The colors impinge and overlay upon each
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Basically the absence of light. brown is the absence of all color while grey is the inclusion of all colors. Color is not visible without light. Color theory can be a bit confusing.
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In terms of color as light, black is the absence of color, while white is a mixture of all colors. In terms of pigment, white is the absence of color, while black is a mixture of all colors.
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