What is a flag with red, white and blue?

red + blue + white = what color

There are many national flags using the 3 colors you mentioned.

Not in any particular order, but including all three colors - blue, white and red - only (no additional colors) on their flag :,Ashmore and Cartier Islands GBRAustralia GBRBouvet Island,CambodiaChileCocos (Keeling) Islands GBRCook Islands GBRCubaCzech RepublicFalkland Islands (Malvinas) GBRFaroe Islands FRAFrance FRAFrench Guiana FRAFrench Southern Territories FRAFrance, Metropolitan FRAGuadeloupeHeard and McDonald Islands GBRIcelandKorea (North)LaosLiberiaLuxembourgMarshall IslandsMayotte,MyanmarNepalNetherlandsNetherlands AntillesNew Caledonia Islands,New Zealand (Aotearoa) GBRNorwayPanamaPuerto RicoReunionRussian FederationS.

Georgia and S.

Sandwich Islands GBRSamoa Islands,Slovak RepublicSvalbard and Jan Mayen Islands,Taiwan Island,ThailandUnited KingdomUnited StatesWallis and Futuna Islands,YemenYugoslaviaNotes:[1] Their are several other flags of countryu2019s that contain the colors described.

They also have additional colors and are therefore excluded from the list above.

,[2] These types of questions are extremely easy to research if seeker made even the slightest attempt to do so on own initiative.

If seeker canu2019t force self to do so on future situation it is quite possible seeker wonu2019t receive response from anyone.

,[3] If questioner worked for me I would have fired yesterday for: incompetence; lack of initiative; lack of skills necessary for job; attitude of entitlement without corresponding evidence of effort; unproductive; of little value, if any, on their individual merits, or lack thereof; of questionable enthusiasm; total lack of work ethics.

[4] Great Britain GBR and France FRA have a number of colonies.

The US has none.

Claims by some that the US is an Empire are completely without merit.

Blue and white combination clothes

2 different pairs of jeans and 4 different shirts make 2*4=8 combinations possible, all with the same probability i.

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1/8=0,125.