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When it is absorbed, it soaks in. • Some things reflect all colors of light into your eyes. These things look white. • An apple looks red because it reflects red light into your eyes. All of the other colors are absorbed. • Oranges absorb every color except orange. Bananas absorb every color except yellow. • Your eyes see only the colors that are reflected off an object. 28 Color Blindness People do not always see colors in the same way. Some people can’t see all the colors in the rainbow. Reds and greens look the same to them.
Sunlight contains all the colors of a rainbow. • Light can be reflected or absorbed. When it is reflected, it bounces off. When it is absorbed, it soaks in. • Some things reflect all colors of light into your eyes. These things look white. • An apple looks red because it reflects red light into your eyes. All of the other colors are absorbed. • Oranges absorb every color except orange. Bananas absorb every color except yellow. • Your eyes see only the colors that are reflected off an object.
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