On the Subject of Find The Dates

Have you ever wondered what day of the week December 25, 1862 was? Or the 27th of June, 2491, is it gonna be a Friday or a Saturday? Yeah, me neither...

Using the tables below, find out the day of the week for the date on the module’s display.

Find the intersection between day and month in Table 1, then the intersection between year and century in Table 2 and finally find the intersection between the two numbers obtained from Table 1 and Table 2.

Use the two arrows on the bottom to change the day of the week; to submit click on the correct day of the week. Submitting the wrong day of the week will cause a strike. Find 3 dates to disarm the module.

TABLE 2
YEARS000102030405
060708091011
1213141516
171819202122
2324252627
282930313233
343536373839
4041424344
454647484950
5152535455
565758596061
626364656667
6869707172
737475767778
7980818283
848586878889
909192939495
96979899
CENTURIES07141721257123456
18156712345
291822265671234
3104567123
4111923273456712
512162024282345671
6131234567
TABLE 1
MONTHSJanMayAugFebJunSepApr
Mar
OctNovDecJul
DAYS181522291234567
291623302345671
3101724313456712
41118254567123
51219265671234
61320276712345
71421287123456
TABLE 3
1234567
1SaSuMoTuWeThFr
2SuMoTuWeThFrSa
3MoTuWeThFrSaSu
4TuWeThFrSaSuMo
5WeThFrSaSuMoTu
6ThFrSaSuMoTuWe
7FrSaSuMoTuWeTh