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Sketches in (hopefully) order:
15950 174-01 SHOW OPEN 0:46 BUMPER
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14550 174-02 VERY NICE 3:57 STUDIO
This logic problem involves splitting up pails of milk among 3 farmers so that each farmer carries the same amount of liquid and number of pails.
11873 174-03 GROANING WALL III/CEL 2:51 STUDIO
Freddy Kohler and the cast tell each other riddles that have a mathematical theme.
16300 174-04 EB: PERPENDICULAR LINES 0:23 ANIMATION
This short animation illustrates the difference between parallel and perpendicular lines.
14120 174-05 PERPENDICULAR LINES 2:05 SONG
This rock video, colorized with computer graphics, illustrates the various places we find perpendicular lines in the world.
11873 174-03 GROANING WALL III/CEL 2:51 STUDIO
Freddy Kohler and the cast tell each other riddles that have a mathematical theme.
16501 174-07 CAT, BIRD, KIBBLE - 1 2:25 ANIMATION
In this animation, a girl must solve the problem of how to carry her bird, cat, and bird seed to an island. She can't leave the cat alone with the bird nor the bird alone with the seed.
17907 174-08 JOHN MOSCHITA: PETER PIPER S, M, F 0:10 STUDIO
John Moschita does 3 different versions of the "Peter Piper" tongue twister - slow, medium, and fast. A graph illustrates the different rates as well.
16502 174-09 CAT, BIRD, KIBBLE - 2 1:42 PART
In this continuation of the animation, the young girl successfully solves the problem of getting the cat, bird, and kibble to the island -- without the cat eating the bird or the bird eating the seed.
11873 174-03 GROANING WALL III/CEL 2:51 STUDIO
Freddy Kohler and the cast tell each other riddles that have a mathematical theme.
18050 174-11 TRANSFORMER 0:10 BUMPER
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11024 174-12 MATHNET:TRIAL OF GEORGE FRANKLY-4 13:26 MATHNET
The pilot who allegedly flew George off the island to rob the bank uses arithmetic to prove that George had the time to commit the crime. Much to George's surprise, the pilor also identifies him.
Sketch Count:12
Episode Length(may exclude credits): 33:37

Notes: We're pretty certain that the Groaning Wall sketch appears only once in this episode.