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Problem: Everything looks red through a red filter because A) the filter emits red light and absorbs other colors. B) the filter absorbs red light and emits other colors. C) the filter transmits red light and absorbs other colors. D) the filter reflects red light and transmits other colors.

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A red filter transmits red wavelength of light and absorbs all the other wavelengths of the visible range of light.

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Everything looks red through a red filter because 

A) the filter emits red light and absorbs other colors. 

B) the filter absorbs red light and emits other colors. 

C) the filter transmits red light and absorbs other colors. 

D) the filter reflects red light and transmits other colors.

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