On the Subject of Quintuples
“Quintuple” has its roots in the Latin for five. There are lots of fives to think about here.
- The module consists of a cycling number display and an input matrix.
- Five digits will cycle in five positions and in one of five colours. The cycling number will be blank at the start of each cycle.
- Using the table below, enter the correct response code to disarm the module.
- For each digit, if the colour matches with the relevant cell in the table, apply the match rule for that digit.
- Apply the corresponding process to each iteration of the cycle and enter your response in iteration order, followed by the submit button.
- In each instance, the modulo of the flashes refers to the total number of that colour flash on the module.
- Entering an incorrect response will cause a strike.
- Treat any 0s (zeros) received from the display as 10s.
|Sum; modulo (orange + red flashes); modulo 10|
|Sum; modulo (blue + pink flashes); modulo 10|
|Pink||Sum; modulo (red + green flashes); modulo 10|
|Pink||Red||Sum; modulo (blue + orange flashes); modulo 10|
|Blue||Digit of the tens column of the sum; + pink flashes; + green flashes; modulo 10|
|Match Rule||Add 7||Add 13||Double||Triple||Halve and round down|