4/2/1987

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Sketches in (hopefully) order:
15950 149-01 SHOW OPEN 0:46 BUMPER
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12210 149-02 MATHEMATICS R US: FUNCTION MACHINE 3:48 STUDIO
Smilin' Al offers a Function Machine. He demonstrates the 'minus 3' function and drops the price from $15 to $12 to $9 to $6 to $3 before a customer does him one better and walks off with the machine
15630 149-03 MATHMAN: MULTIPLES OF 3 1:21 ANIMATION
Mathman plays a video game in which he must eat only multiples of 3.
14271 149-04 DOIN' NOTHIN I 1:00 STUDIO
In this split-screen format, a farmer drawls on about how multiplying or dividing a number by 1 does not change that number.
15660 149-05 MATHMAN: EXTRA SHORT 0:27 ANIMATION
Before Mathman can begin his video game, Mr. Glitch eats him.
14070 149-06 CELEBRITY KITCHEN 6:41 STUDIO
Celebrity Kitchen visits Superguy who demonstrates his function machine that helps him figure out how many eggs he needs for his cakes.
14272 149-07 DOIN' NOTHIN II 1:06 STUDIO
In this split-screen format, a farmer drawls on about how adding or subtracting zero from any number does not change that number.
16930 149-08 NEWSROOM INTERRUPT: 31 (WILD) 0:07 BUMPER
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14810 149-09 CABOT & MARSHMALLOW: SQ.PEGS IN RD.HOLES 1:56 STUDIO
Cabot explains the concept of rotational symmetry to Marshmallow by demonstrating how round and square pegs fit in a round or square hole in any direction. An odd shaped peg will go in only one way.
17530 149-10 (NINES INTRO) LOGO 0:08 BUMPER
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15870 149-11 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.
16430 149-12 EB: ROTATIONAL SYMMETRY #1 0:23 ANIMATION
This short animation uses a star to illustrate the concept of rotational symmetry.
11014 149-13 MATHNET:PROBLEM OF THE PASSING PARADE-4 7:21 MATHNET
In trying to decode Stringbean's musical message, the Mathnetters recognize that each note of the message corresponds to a tone/number on a touch-tone phone.
Sketch Count:13
Episode Length(may exclude credits): 27:38

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