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The pictures below show the wavelengths and intensities of electromagnetic radiations emitted by three stars. Star 1, star 2, and star 3 Which of the statements is correct about the color of the three stars? A. Star 2 is white in color B. Star 2 is yellow in color C. Star one and star 3 are yellow in color D. Star one and star 3 are whit in color

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Star 2 is yellow to white. It is difficult to choose A or B, but if I have to choose only one -- I choose B.

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The white color is essentially made of all color from purple to red with the same intensity. The star 2 has almost similar intensity of all color, but slight increase in yellow color. So, it is almost white but with taint of yellow color.

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