Why Are Red Yellow Blue Primary Colours?

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Red, Yellow and Blue are Primary Colors since they cannot be made by combination of other colors. The other colors are made by mixing the Primary colors in various proportions. By mixing pairs of the primary colors, you get the secondary colors.
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