Why dose a white piece of paper appear white in white light,red in red light,blue in blue light and so on for all colors?

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  1. White objects reflect a high and nearly equal percentage of the incident light intensity, at all wavelengths that illuminate them. Thus thay take on the color of the illuminating light source.

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