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Frequency of Bi-color LED

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A bi-color LED alternates so that the color red emits at 60Hz and the color green emits at 60 Hz, so that visually it appears yellow.

What frequency would it blink if you viewed it through a yellow filter?
What frequency would it blink if you viewed it through a green filter?

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A filter lets only a specific wavelength through.

A yellow filter lets only wavelengths in the yellow range to pass through.
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A bi-color LED alternates so that the color red emits at 60Hz and the color green emits at 60 Hz, so that visually it appears yellow.

What frequency would it blink if you viewed it through a yellow filter?
What frequency would it blink if you viewed it through a green filter?

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