Color-Blind Test

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  1. cutNglue

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    I was doing really well until the last one!
     
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    Really? That's interesting. The last one really stood out easily for me.
     
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    Tsk...I had a hard time on all of them, ESPECIALLY the last one. To the people who take it, make sure you concentrate really hard, it's kinda tricky.
     
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    I pulled one up in class one day when we were discussing genetics. Sure enough, one of my students (15 years old) was color blind and had no clue before that. Oops.
     
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    Me too. It was actually in our book. My student couldn't get one of the answers. I did notice he had some problems identifying green, but he was also an easily confused child so I figured that was the problem. Apparently, however, he found out he was colorblind. I discussed it with his parents at conferences and they weren't too concerned.
     
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    I had a kindergartener that couldn't see some hues of colors. for example he could see yellow, but only if it was a very bright yellow. He frequently mixed up blue & green. Mom couldn't tell the difference between blue & black.
     
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    That was fun...
     
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    What I found interesting was the "color blind sees..." part.

    Thanks, Cut!!!
     
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    I am colorblind, and for the third and fourth I didn't see what the supposedly archetypical colorblind person sees, I didn't see any number at all. I couldn't even imagine how one could see a number in them. I didn't actually see the number a colorblind person is "supposed" to see for any of them (I either saw the correct number, or nothing)

    For the last one I could see part of a number and then made a guess.
     

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