3/30/1987

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Sketches in (hopefully) order:
15950 146-01 SHOW OPEN 0:46 BUMPER
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15980 146-02 PHONER: SQ. OF A 2-DIGIT NO. ENDING IN 5 3:01 STUDIO
Arthur has a one-sided telephone conversation in which he learns an easy short-cut for squaring any 2-digit number ending in 5: just multiply the first digit by one more than itself and put '25' to the right of it
12531 146-03 (BROADWAY) LEAD IN 0:04 BUMPER
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12530 146-04 BROADWAY 6:05 STUDIO
Melody Tapshoes dances into the heart of H.H. Biggs, Broadway producer, when she belts out a number about Square Number patterns.
15920 146-05 BUREAU OF MISSING NUMBERS: 36 2:05 STUDIO
Terry Ryan, an investigator, takes information pertaining to the number 36 and inputs this information into her computer. These characteristics include factors, whether it is square or triangular, etc
13540 146-06 SQUARE DANCE 0:55 ANIMATION
This animation shows square numbers of dots arranging themselves into square arrays - all to a square dance tune.
13140 146-07 PERFECT SQUARES 3:25 SONG
A blues band sings about square numbers and graphically suggests their connection to geometry.
14050 146-08 MAP, THE 1:27 LIVE ACTION FILM
An older boy and his little brother use a map scale to estimate distance and travel time.
11011 146-09 MATHNET:PROBLEM OF THE PASSING PARADE-1 9:51 MATHNET
In anticipation of a rock star's visit, the Mathnetters calculate how much time a parade will take, estimate crowd size, and approximate the number of officers needed for crowd control.
Sketch Count:9
Episode Length(may exclude credits): 27:39

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