These machines are alittle more difficult to get because of monitor-display-color-differences. Red-orange and darker purple-lilac are the hardest to tell apart on mine.
Tip 1: think of these tiles as little flags. On the left side you have 4 vertical colors that are always the same: Blue, red, yellow, and white. This is where you will be able to tell red from orange. Next, on the right will be the body of the flag ( with a different color). This is the area where you need to look at to match with the numbering system below.
Tip 2: sometimes there will be a bigger block of the same color. This will mean a repeat of the same number.
Tip 3: You read the colors from left to right and enter numbers from left to right. With double and more colors I have used a comma to seperate the numbers to save confusion. You might also like to write down the numbers on paper and use a comma to keep from confusing numbers. This way you won't be looking for the 11th button if I wrote it 11 instead of 1,1. That's red-red on a flag.
This would have been easier to do in colors and not numbers. But monitor colors are different.
With tips in mind this is how I set them up:
Remember to count left to right starting with "0"
The displays on the opposite walls (left side display) show you the symbols for adding and subtracting.
Here are the answers:
2or 7lp 4gr,2or 3y 5b, 2or +4gr -2or +2or,0w -1r -4gr,1r ________ _______ ______________ ________ _____________ 6dp 5b 6dp,2or 2or 1r,1r 3y 5b 1r, 0w, 0w, 0w, 3y + - + 1r 4g 1r, 6dp, 7lp, 7lp, 7lp _____ _____ ________________________ 4gr 1r 2or,7lp, 0w, 0w, 2or 2org,0w 5b,7L 7lp, 6dp +1r,5b +1r,0w -3y, 1r ___________ __________ ___________ 3y,5b 6dp,7lp 4g ,5b 1r, 7lp, 4g, 7lp, 7L 3y,0w 7lp, 7lp +1r, 2or, 1r, 6dp, 4gr +1r,5b -4gr, 6dp __________________________ ___________ ____________ 3y, 1r, 6dp, 6dp, 3y 4gr,5b 3y, 1r 1r, 3y, 0w, 5b, 3y +1r, 7lp, 3y, 4gr,5b _______________________________ 3y, 2or, 4gr,2or,0w If you have any questions or suggestions, or comments, don't hesitate to send me a note. Good luck, Leslie email@example.com
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