## On the Subject of Cell Lab

Luckily, modules don't do mitosis.

This module displays a lot of text. This is the textual interpretation of a multicellular species. However, some bits of data have been messed with. In order to solve the module, fix this data.

The bottom three lines of text display the red, green and blue values in a range of 0-255. These must be converted to HSV.

### RGB to HSV

In order to calculate the hue, you must first obtain the range it is in. In the table + indicates the highest channel, and - the lowest. If there are ties pick the first entry in the table in reading order that applies partially (255, 255, 0 can be +0- and 0+-, so we take the +0- entry)

+0- | 0+- | -+0 | -0+ | 0-+ | +-0 |

0-60 | 60-120 | 120-180 | 180-240 | 240-300 | 300-360 |

Then use the following formula to get an offset value O. Minimum, maximum and the value in between are respectively labeled as C_{-}, C_{+} and C_{*}

O = (C_{*}-C_{-})/(C_{+}-C_{-}) * 60

If your colour had an odd position in the table, add O to the left value. Otherwise subtract O from the right value. Round this value down to get your hue.

To get your saturation use the formula below and round down.

S = (C_{+}-C_{-})/C_{+} * 100

To get your brightness use the formula below and round down.

V = C_{+}/2.55

If any calculations did not make sense due to division by zero, ignore their values. They will not be used later.

Note: a normal HSV converter rounds differently. Please refrain from using them to avoid off-by-one errors.