## On the Subject of Stability

It doesn’t matter what kind of explosives we’re dealing with.

It all looks the same when it goes off.

- This module contains 3 important things.

- A display with 3 numbers on it.

- A 6x6 pixel grid that cycles through 6 states.

- And 6 LED strips that can be on or off, and can be 3 different colors. - The objective is to fully stabilize the explosives underneath the module. As of right now, they’re only partially stabilized.
- The monitor contains 3 important pieces of information:

- The current stability (the large number)

- The natural stability (the boxed number)

- The identification number (the small 4-digit number) - The explosives are unstable when the current stability strays at least 0.04 units over the natural stability. Any interaction with the module during that time will result in a strike.
- 2 to 6 LED strips will be lit next to the grid. A lit strip can be red, yellow, or blue.
- The pixel grid cycles through 6 states. Every pixel is on (light green) for 3 states and off for the other 3 (in random order).
- Using the tables, ID number, and the colored strips, press squares on the grid corresponding to the strips. Commands must be done from top to bottom.
- If a correct square is pressed, the corresponding strip will turn green.
- Pressing the wrong squares, pressing the right squares at the wrong times, or pressing anything when the explosives are unstable, will result in strikes, and a new identification number will be given.
- Once all the correct squares are pressed, the current stability will drop to 0.00 (fully stabilized) and the module will disarm.
*NOTE: Once all correct squares are pressed, the display will gradually decrease to 0.00. Once it does, the display will be replaced with***“STABILIZED”***, the grid and LEDs will turn off, and all useful information will be gone. So it’s recommended that you write down everything just in case there are any modules that**require you to look back to information on already solved modules.*

**How these tables work:** The *n*th table corresponds to the color of the *n*th ** lit** LED strip and the

*n*th digit of the identification number (except for the 5th and 6th). A1 is top left. Letter is the

**row**. Number is the

**column**.

**|**= On,

**O**= Off