## On the Subject of Calculus

Lets be honest. Calculus is stressful for everyone. What's new is that it's on a bomb, as if it couldn't get worse.

Calculus modules are broken into three parts:

- The Equation: This can have 2-3 monomials.
- The Answer Field: Answers can range from -9 to 9.
- The Input and Submit Buttons.

### Hidden Variables

Each equation given above can have 1-2 hidden variables. These variables can be found using information gathered from the side of the bomb, such as batteries, labels, and ports. Each possible variable is listed below.

- If the equation has the variables Z or B, replace them with the number of batteries on the bomb.
- If the equation has the variables F or R, replace them with the number of labels.
- If the equation has the variables M or K, replace them with the number of port panels,
**NOT**the number of ports.

Additionally, if the two variables' sum is greater than 9, divide both variables by 2. If not a perfect divide, round down.

Example: 5 / 2 = 2.5. The new variable is 2.

### Types of Problems

There are two types of problems shown on a module: Finding Integrals and Finding Derivatives. To determine the type of problem, check the degree of the base equation and the answer equation.

- If the degree of the answer is bigger than the base equation, solve with integration.
- Otherwise find the derivative of the base equation.

### Entering an Answer

Enter an answer by changing the constant in front of the answer equation using the up and down arrows. If the constant should be a decimal, round it down. Finish by pressing the "Submit" button.