Question

Express your understanding of filters by answering the following questions. Choose the best answer(s) from the Color Table.

u. A yellow object is illuminated with yellow light and viewed through a green filter. The object will appear _____.

v. A yellow object is illuminated with green light and viewed through a yellow filter. The object will appear _____.

w. A yellow object is illuminated with green light and viewed through a green filter. The object will appear _____.

x. A yellow object is illuminated with green light and viewed through a red filter. The object will appear _____.

y. A yellow object is illuminated with green light and viewed through a cyan filter. The object will appear _____.

z. A red object is illuminated with yellow light and viewed through a cyan filter. The object will appear _____.

Color Table
A = Red
E= Black
B= Blue
F= Magenta
C=Cyan
G=Green
D=White
H= Yellow
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Color Table A = Red E= Black B= Blue F= Magenta C=Cyan G=Green D=White H= Yellow

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