If "Black" and "White" are not colors, then why are they put in coloring BOXES?
When someone asks me my favorite color I tell them red and white. Then that person has the never to say that "white" is not a color and goes int the definitions of "presence of all colors (white), and the absence of all colors (black).
I KNOW that.
Why do they have to be so technical? If they want to be so smart then they should be able to tell me why black is even in a coloring box at all - since it's the "absence", and "white" can stay because it "all" the colors.
But it's of little use because most paper is "white" all ready.
Sorry about the errors.