10/19/1988

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Sketches in (hopefully) order:
21050 223-01 BLACKSTONE: DICE AND CARDS 3:22 STUDIO
Blackstone uses a simple switch to illustrate a missing addend problem by forcing the spectator to choose a card determined by a throw of the dice.
15294 223-02 POS VS. NEG JOUSTS: PARATROOPERS +5 PLUS -3 0:26 ANIMATION
When five "positive" clay-mation creatures parachute onto three "negative" creatures, two "positive" creatures remain.
13270 223-03 No X; two seconds shorterTRIANGLE SONG 2:02 SONG
This song uses still photography to show examples of triangles in the world.
20690 223-04 TRIPLE PLAY #6 6:33 GAME SHOW
Two students compete against each other trying to cover the vertices of an equilateral triangle. Multiplication and Addition sentences must be created in order to cover a vertex.
13004 223-05 PERSON ON THE STREET: HYPOTENUSE 0:52 LIVE ACTION FILM
The Person on the Street Interviewer asks several people if they know what a hypotenuse is.
20022 223-06 MATHNET-CASE OF THE MISSING AIR-3 13:46 MATHNET
The Mathnetters analyze data and look for a common denominator among the robberies. They find that all the stations which were robbed did have something in common.
Sketch Count:6
Episode Length(may exclude credits): 27:01

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