On the Subject of Cooking
The cake is a lie...
To solve this module, input the correct settings into the oven.
The settings to input depend on the person you’re cooking for and the meal you are making.
The temperature should be submitted on the left screen, and the time on the right screen.
1. Determining meal and settings
- To determine the meal you are creating, calculate: number of battery holders - number of indicators + (number of batteries x number of ports) - port plates. Keep adding or subtracting 5 until in the range 1–5.
- To determine the oven setting you are using, calculate: number of lit indicators - number of unlit indicators + number of letters in the serial number. Keep adding or subtracting 6 until in the range 1–6.
- If there is a vowel* in the serial number or there is a PS/2 port, the light must be turned on. Otherwise, the light must be off.
Use the number you have calculated for the meal in the table below.
|2||Spaghetti Bolognese 160°C|
|3||Chicken Casserole 200°C|
|4||Chilli Con Carne 180°C|
|5||Chicken Pie 180°C|
Use the number you have calculated for the oven setting in the table below.
|1||Bottom Element Heat|
|2||Bottom Element Heat with Grill|
|6||Fan with Grill|
*Y is considered a vowel.