## On the Subject of RGB Sequences

What are you, if not less than the sum of your parts?

- Ten LEDs will show an arrangement of colors while utilizing RGB color mixing.
- Using the table below, determine the three rows used to color the LEDs.
- Each LED, from top left to bottom right with a starting index of zero, corresponds to a column in the table below, mixing all colors.
- Having two of the same color makes it show up as normal, and black does not contribute to any color channel.

## Table of Importance

01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09 | 10 | |

01 | E | 1 | - | |||||||

02 | d | K | c | |||||||

03 | 6 | R | ||||||||

04 | _ | I | 6 | |||||||

05 | t | p | ||||||||

06 | C | J | ||||||||

07 | 2 | z | ||||||||

08 | A | |||||||||

09 | A | b | Y | |||||||

10 |

- Take the product of the three row numbers and do the following:
- If there is at least one vowel in the serial number, take the sum of each digit until it is one digit.
- Otherwise, use the last digit.
- Press that corresponding LED.