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what is the color of the last pixel on the right

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the color of the last pixel on the right
what is the color of the last pixel on the right
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The RGB values are: R-119,G-136,B-142.  The closest named color I can find is Light Slate Gray with R-119,G-136,B-153.
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or #77888e
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both answers are the correct answer to the written question
the latter is the answer to the question that I was thinking
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