21060 |
216-01 | BLACKSTONE: MAGIC DICE (LEADS DIRK) |
2:51 |
STUDIO |

| Blackstone illustrates the fact that opposing faces of a die add to seven. With this he can predict the result of an arithmetic manipulation of the number on a rolled die. |

21280 |
216-02 | DIRKLET: ORDER OF MULTIPLICATION |
1:19 |
ANIMATION |

| Dirk explains that multiplying two numbers together can be done in either order and the product is always the same. |

20630 |
216-03 | SQUARE ONE SQUARES #11 |
6:52 |
GAME SHOW |

| Two students try to determine which cast member is giving the correct answer to the questions: Circle with a Line Segment through it, Sliced Cones, and Joel/Kathy Pizza. |

20631 |
216-03 | SQUARE ONE SQUARES #11 QUESTION 1 |
0:00 |
GAME SHOW QUESTION |

| Can the paintbox figure be drawn with one continuous line without retracing, or does it require more than one line? |

20632 |
216-03 | SQUARE ONE SQUARES #11 QUESTION 2 |
0:00 |
GAME SHOW QUESTION |

| A cone is sliced. What shape is determined by the slice? |

20633 |
216-03 | SQUARE ONE SQUARES #11 QUESTION 3 |
0:00 |
GAME SHOW QUESTION |

| Which is more: two or seven-thirds? |

21660 |
216-04 | EB: NUMBER PATTERN SQUARE NOS. (VER. 2) |
0:19 |
ANIMATION |

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

13140 |
216-05 | PERFECT SQUARES |
3:25 |
SONG |

| A blues band sings about square numbers and graphically suggests their connection to geometry. |

20320 |
216-06 | MATHNET-REAR TERRACE-1 |
12:30 |
MATHNET |

| George Frankly is working by himself since Kate is at home with a bum knee. He has accumulated data on a series of bank pranks. When he shares this data with Kate, she notices a pattern. |

| Sketch Count: | 9 |

| Episode Length(may exclude credits): |
27:16 |