Intermediate colors are made up of yellow-orange, orange-red, red-violet, blue-violet, blue-green and yellow-green. These colors are combinations of both primary and secondary colors. More »

Because red is one of the three primary colors, it is impossible to mix two colors to create it. Every non-primary color that exists can be generated from the primary colors. More »

The color rust occurs when orange, red and brown are combined. The English term was first coined in 1692. It was termed for the color that results from the oxidation of iron. More »

Lavender is a light value of the tertiary color red-violet, so it is made of shades of red and blue. Specifically, lavender has more red than blue. It also includes some white to create the tint. More »

Intermediate algebra is a high school level mathematics subject meant to prepare the student for college level algebra. Some of the specific concepts taught are the quadratic formula, complex numbers, polynomials and abs... More »

Intermediate goals are benchmarks set between a starting point and an overall point of success that help make the final goal more achievable. These goals are strategic markers that indicate that a person is going in the ... More »

Intermediate sanctions are criminal punishments that are more severe than ordinary probation or suspended sentences but less severe than imprisonment. Intermediate sanctions are useful for keeping nonviolent offenders in... More »