## "Speedrun" The Stopwatch

Patience can be a virtue sometimes. Especially if someone looked up your code just to find the right time.

- Refer to the original manual here on how the module works.
- This manual is provided to trivalize the calculations as much as possible. You may use the original manual to recheck the answers if needed.
**Note: Time given in the manual is in full seconds, 1 full rotation of the hand is considered as 60 real time seconds. Use the table on the last page for reference times.**

### Exactly 2 Digits In Serial Number

One Digit in The Serial No. | |||||||||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

0 | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | ||

260 | 158 | 164 | 116 | 66 | 240 | 260 | 158 | 164 | 116 | 0 | Another Digit |

158 | 204 | 66 | 194 | 158 | 204 | 66 | 194 | 158 | 1 | ||

116 | 240 | 158 | 116 | 240 | 158 | 116 | 240 | 2 | |||

260 | 204 | 240 | 73 | 66 | 121 | 116 | 3 | ||||

66 | 158 | 66 | 158 | 66 | 158 | 4 | |||||

116 | 121 | 66 | 73 | 240 | 5 | ||||||

116 | 158 | 240 | 116 | 6 | |||||||

66 | 204 | 158 | 7 | ||||||||

260 | 240 | 8 | |||||||||

116 | 9 |

### Exactly 3 Digits in the Serial Number

- Assume X being the 1st digit, Y being 2nd, Z being 3rd.
- If the number of batteries is odd and X * Y > Z * Y - X, +1 to all.

If there are:

- 2 or 3 even digits: Base Time = 220 seconds (Even/Even cell based on the table)
- 2 odd digits: Drop 1 of the lowest numbers. Rearrange them based on the position in the serial number before removing the lowest. (I.E. "1,2,1" for serial no. digits, "2,1" remaining after removing 1 of the lowest, "1,2" after rearranging) Use the table on the next page to grab the base time with the remaining numbers.
- 3 odd digits: Base Time = 87 seconds. (Odd/Odd cell based on the table)