Since there are an infinite amount of color combinations, it’s impossible to quantify the amount of colors in the world. There are seven colors in the visible light spectrum (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet), and any combination of these in different amounts produces a unique variation for your eyes to process.
The answer is, endless. There exists an endless number of colors that can be created out of the primary colors of the rainbow red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet.
The other question is, how many can your eye determine? Better yet, how many colors can your brain determine?
A typical computer monitor can depict 16 million colors and the human eye can depict 1-10 million with variance between persons. Keep in mind that light conditions are by far the single greatest variable when depicting color.
Just how there are an endless amount of numbers between 19 and 20, there is an endless amount of colors that can be created from the primary colors and they can ALL be perceived differently.
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