4/1/1987

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Sketches in (hopefully) order:
15950 148-01 SHOW OPEN 0:46 BUMPER
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15610 148-02 MATHMAN: FACTORS OF 24 1:27 ANIMATION
Mathman plays a video game in which he must eat only factors of 24.
16801 148-03 BUT WHO'S MULTIPLYING: 2 5:37 GAME SHOW
Two contestants attempt to cover three numbers in a row by selecting factors of these numbers from the Factor Board and calling out the resultant products.
16600 148-04 OOPS! MULTIPLICATION 603 X 7 1:13 STUDIO
A confused character forgets that any number multiplied by zero is zero and makes a mistake in multiplying 603 x 7.
17586 148-05 WARNING 6 (WILD) 0:15 BUMPER
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14290 148-06 BIRTHDAY PARTY 2:07 STUDIO
At a company board meeting, Artur talks about a birthday party to which he has invited 56 people. Arthur says that his mom, the president, does not know how many people will be at each of the 7 tables
17293 148-07 VO: HOW MUCH LEFT 0:06 BUMPER
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13260 148-08 JENNY DIDN'T CALL 2:30 SONG
This song establishes a telephone calling pattern between Jenny and Jim. The graphics illustrate the pattern that emerges.
15540 148-09 (BLACKSTONE) LEAD-IN & TAG 0:09 BUMPER
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13440 148-10 BLACKSTONE: MAGIC SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER 2:39 STUDIO
Blackstone has the spectator multiply the number 142857 by any number between 1-6. He can always predict the answer because it will always be a cyclic permutation of 142857.
17230 148-11 EB: NUMBER PATTERN/BLACKSTONE 0:32 ANIMATION
This short animation illustrates how the number 142857 is a cyclic number.
11013 148-12 MATHNET:PROBLEM OF THE PASSING PARADE-3 10:06 MATHNET
As they gather clues to the kidnapping case, the Mathnetters attempt to decode a message, use a car registration database, and measure the width and tread of a car tire.
Sketch Count:12
Episode Length(may exclude credits): 27:27

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