On the Subject of Logical Buttons
It has logical in the name, so if it doesn’t make sense to you that’s your fault.
SEE APPENDIX LOGBTNSX100 FOR LOGIC GATE REFERENCES.
- This module consists of 3 buttons, a stage counter and a screen stating a logic gate. To solve it you will have to go through 3 stages.
- In each stage you will have to determine which of the buttons you will have to press based on their color, label, and the logic gate present.
- If multiple buttons have to be pressed in a stage you will have to determine the order in which you must press them.
- The buttons are numbered in reading order.
- Both the label and the color of a button will hold a true/false value. Once you get both values you run them through the logic gate and get an answer.
- If you get true, the button should be pressed and if you get false it shouldn’t.
- If no button has to be pressed you must press the logic gate screen until you get a logic gate that allows you to press a button.
- When the correct button(s) have been pressed the module will automatically proceed to the next stage.
- If a correct button is pressed the border of the button will light up white.
Determining values of colors/labels:
The value of the color/label is true if the condition is met.
- Red - No blue button present.
- Blue - Another blue button present.
- Green - The next button in clockwise order is purple or white.
- Yellow - The button’s label is not “Wrong” or “Logic”.
- Purple - No buttons in primary colors.*
- White (Light Grey) - One or more buttons is in a primary color.*
- Orange - The top button is not orange.
- Cyan - The button’s label is exactly 5 letters long.
- Grey (Dark Grey) - The button has the same label as another button.