## On the Subject of Cell Lab

Luckily, modules don’t do mitosis.

This module displays a lot of text. This is the data of a multicellular species. However, some bits of data have been lost. In order to solve the module, fix this data. **Note: you will have to calculate H, S and V each only once.**

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.