15950 |
175-01 | SHOW OPEN |
0:46 |
BUMPER |

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12281 |
175-02 | HOLD IT NOBODY EAT - 1 |
2:30 |
STUDIO |

| When three cast members order a slice of pizza and Arthur orders half a pie, Cris cuts the pie in eighths. Since he has a slice left over, he returns the pie to have it recut. |

16170 |
175-03 | FIVE-NINETEEN BLUES |
1:20 |
LIVE ACTION FILM |

| This song shows that you can round off a lot of numbers but not the time the train leaves. |

12282 |
175-04 | HOLD IT NOBODY EAT - 2 |
1:05 |
PART |

| Cris returns with a pizza cut in sixths - a slice for three cast members and half a pie for Arthur - but must return it to be recut when Luisa arrives ans wants a slice. |

14040 |
175-05 | DROPPED COIN |
1:34 |
LIVE ACTION FILM |

| A boy and a girl use subtraction to figure out how much money the boy dropped down a street grate, if he started with $1.69 and now has $1.44. |

12283 |
175-06 | HOLD IT NOBODY EAT - 3 |
0:40 |
PART |

| Cris returns yet again with a pizza cut in eighths - a slice for four cast members and half a pie for Arthur. But what are they going to do when Reg arrives? |

17220 |
175-07 | EB: NUMBER PATTERN SQUARE NUMBERS |
0:20 |
ANIMATION |

| This short animation illustrates a number pattern involving square numbers: square numbers are the sum of consecutive odd numbers starting with 1. |

16002 |
175-08 | ARTHUR BENJAMIN: SQUARING II |
4:05 |
STUDIO |

| Arthur Benjamin, a mathematician from Johns Hopkins University, can perform complicated calculations in his head. He demonstrates short-cuts for squaring 2 and 3-digit numbers to a group of children. |

11670 |
175-09 | COUNTIN' OUT THE RHYTHM |
2:58 |
SONG |

| This song, staged in a very urban setting, illustrates that there are 4 beats to every musical measure. The song also stresses the idea of subdividing each measure into 8 and 16 beats as well. |

14390 |
175-10 | SALE! |
2:13 |
STUDIO |

| Using only the digits 3,5,6,and 9, a clerk must create the lowest possible total price for a set of stereos and speakers. |

11025 |
175-11 | MATHNET:TRIAL OF GEORGE FRANKLY-5 |
10:30 |
MATHNET |

| Kate proves that George could not possibly have left the island and committed the crime because weather conditions would not have allowed the plane to maintain its usual speed. |

| Sketch Count: | 11 |

| Episode Length(may exclude credits): |
27:01 |