1/27/1987

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Sketches in (hopefully) order:
15950 102-01 SHOW OPEN 0:46 BUMPER
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13130 102-02 STAR TRUCK BLANDSTAND 7:34 STUDIO
Space travellers find themselves contestants on a game show, rating songs. The song with the highest average score wins. The characters learn that an average cn't be higher than the highest score.
13131 102-03 (BLANDSTAND) NEWSROOM INTERRUPT:18 0:12 BUMPER
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14740 102-04 RAPPIN' JUDGE 2:40 STUDIO
A judge raps his decision that a girl on a skateboard could not have committed the crime because she could not have travelled 8 miles in 2 hours if she were only going 3 miles per hour.
15540 102-05 (BLACKSTONE) LEAD-IN & TAG 0:09 BUMPER
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15537 102-06 BLACKSTONE: DIME, PENNY, NICKEL 2:04 STUDIO
Blackstone uses a fundamental property of even and odd numbers to correctly identify which hand holds the dime and which holds the penny. His follow-up trick depends on psychology--not mathematics.
17530 102-07 (NINES INTRO) LOGO 0:08 BUMPER
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15870 102-08 NINES 2:34 SONG
The cast sings a country music tune expressing the idea that the sum of the digits of any multiple of 9 always add up to 9 or a multiple of 9.
17585 102-09 WARNING 5 (UNDERSTAND KIND OF SOLUTIONS) 0:09 BUMPER
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14050 102-10 MAP, THE 1:27 LIVE ACTION FILM
An older boy and his little brother use a map scale to estimate distance and travel time.
11032 102-11 MATHNET:PROBLEM OF THE MISSING MONKEY-2 9:40 MATHNET
In their continued search for a missing monkey, the Mathnetters come across information presented in a circle graph and use a map and compass to estimate the approximate location of the gorilla.
Sketch Count:11
Episode Length(may exclude credits): 27:23

Notes: This is the second episode!