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# Blend

 Blend[{col1, col2}, x]gives a color obtained by blending a fraction of color col1 and x of color col2. Blend[{col1, col2, col3, ...}, x] linearly interpolates between colors coli as x varies from 0 to 1. Blend[{{x1, col1}, {x2, col2}, ...}, x] interpolates to give coli when x=xi. Blend[{col1, col2, ...}, {u1, u2, ...}]blends all the coli, using fraction ui of color coli. Blend[{col1, col2, ...}] blends equal fractions of all the coli.
• In Blend[{col1, ..., coln}, {u1, ..., un}] the ui are normalized to have total 1.  »
• Blend implements additive color mixing, as appropriate for color light sources or light-generating displays.
Blend two colors by fractions:
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Generate an array of blended colors ranging from red to blue:
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Represent the height as a blend from yellow to purple:
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Average two colors equally:
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