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Sketches in (hopefully) order:
20780 222-01 CLOSE CALL #5 8:31 GAME SHOW
Students compete against each other trying to get the closest estimate to: Fish in the Aquarium, Coconuts in the Wading Pool, Reg E.'s height in Hot Dogs, and Newspapers edge to edge.
11351 222-02 AMAZING STORY OF NINES - 1 4:31 STUDIO
A character stumbles upon a genie who explains the amazing story of nines to him. He learns that the sum of the digits of any multiple of 9 is 9 or a multiple of 9.
20970 222-03 EB: MULTIPLES OF 9 0:18 ANIMATION
This short animation illustrates the multiples of nine on a 100 grid.
11352 222-04 AMAZING STORY OF NINES - 2 1:03 PART
The genie provides examples that illustrate that the sum of the digits of any multiple of 9 is 9 or a multiple of 9.
21310 222-05 DIRKLET: DIVISIBLE BY 9 1:37 ANIMATION
Dirk explains that if the digits of any whole number are added and the sum is divisible by nine, then the number started with is divisible by nine.
11353 222-06 AMAZING STORY OF NINES - 3 1:42 PART
The genie provides even more examples illustrating that the sum of the digits of any multiple of 9 is 9 or a multiple of 9.
21520 222-07 EB: DOUBLE STAR POLYGON (VERSION 2) 0:28 ANIMATION
This short animation illustrates a 5-point star that is circumscribed by a pentagon.
15870 222-08 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.
20021 222-09 MATHNET-CASE OF THE MISSING AIR-2 6:35 MATHNET
The Mathnetters stake out gas stations which fit the pattern of those being robbed. They also create a data base in order to be better able to analyze the data being collected from the robberies.
Sketch Count:9
Episode Length(may exclude credits): 27:19

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