Colors for tables and Web site backgrounds must be chosen when Web pages are built. There are 17 standard color names defined in the HTML and CSS: aqua, black, blue, fuchsia, gray, grey, green, lime, maroon, navy, olive, purple, red, silver, teal, white, and yellow.;Each color has a unique hexadecimal value that consists of 6 hexadecimal digits. The hexadecimal value can be split into 3 pairs. Each pair corresponds to the intensity of the colors red, green, and blue. Then, the hexadecimal code of each of those colors is translated to an RGB color code that is triplet of decimal numbers.;For example;Color;Hexadecimal;RGB;aquamarine;7FFFD4;127,255,212;In Paint, this is designated in the second column of numbers in the bottom right corner. The following image shows the above Paint color option for aquamarine.;Choose a color here, and write a few paragraphs (100?300 words) describing your solution to following exercise;Translate the hexadecimal code of your choice into RGB code.;Open Paint, click on colors, choose edit colors, and pick define custom colors.;Copy each number of your triplet in the red, green, and blue boxes. Verify that the color that you have created is the one that you expected.;Finally, compare your color's hexadecimal code to its binary code.
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