15950 |
117-01 | SHOW OPEN |
0:46 |
BUMPER |

| -0- |

16330 |
117-02 | EB: PERIM. OF IRR. SHAPES |
0:27 |
ANIMATION |

| The animations illustrates finding the perimeter of an irregular shape. |

16790 |
117-03 | OOPS! PERIMETER |
1:31 |
STUDIO |

| In calculating perimeter, a confused character only adds the lengths of two sides of a rectangle shape - and causes a terrible accident. |

11080 |
117-04 | BANDANAS |
5:01 |
STUDIO |

| A cowboy family learns that rectangles with the same areas do not necessarily have the same perimeter. They also learn that a rectangle with the most economical perimeter is a square. |

11081 |
117-05 | (BANDANAS) NEWSROOM INTERRUPT:8 |
0:11 |
BUMPER |

| -0- |

15230 |
117-06 | MATH MIMES |
2:37 |
STUDIO |

| Two talking mimes discover that rectangles with the same perimeter do not always have the same area. |

12151 |
117-07 | (SUPERSPY) PAINTBOX LEAD IN |
0:19 |
BUMPER |

| -0- |

12150 |
117-08 | NEIGHBORHOOD SUPERSPY |
3:50 |
SONG |

| A super spy sings about creating a code that assigns a number to each letter of the alphabet. According to this code, a sequence of numbers would read as a word. |

12152 |
117-09 | (SUPERSPY) PAINTBOX OUTRO |
0:12 |
BUMPER |

| -0- |

12900 |
117-10 | X - RAYS |
0:30 |
ANIMATION |

| In this animation, a doctor uses the vocabulary of geometry to describe the shapes that make up a sculpture. |

16810 |
117-11 | BUT WHO'S ADDING: 1 |
3:21 |
GAME SHOW |

| Two contestants attempt to cover three numbers in a row by selecting two addends from the Addend Board. They then call out the resultant sum. |

11022 |
117-12 | MATHNET:TRIAL OF GEORGE FRANKLY-2 |
8:52 |
MATHNET |

| In their on-going attempt to clear George's name, the Mathnetters compute mileage according to an odometer and estimate distance using rate and time. |

| Sketch Count: | 12 |

| Episode Length(may exclude credits): |
27:37 |