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Sketches in (hopefully) order:
20110 236-01 MATHMAN: INEQUALITY 19-C < 5 1:29 ANIMATION
Mathman plays a video game in which he must eat all numbers which satisfy the inequality 19-C < 5.
20730 236-02 TRIPLE PLAY #10 PLAYOFF 6:37 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.
20260 236-03 DIRK NIBLICK: MALL OR NOTHING AT ML PT.1 6:06 ANIMATION
Dirk comes to the rescue of Fluff and Fold who are being deceived by a biased survey.
15550 236-04 No XBLACKSTONE: MIRASKILL-CANDIES 3:03 STUDIO
Blackstone has an even number of candies, 1/2 red, 1/2 green. The spectator places the candy, 2 at a time, in piles according to color. Blackstone predicts that there will be 2 fewer candies in 1 pile
20261 236-05 DIRK NIBLICK: MALL OR NOTHING AT ML PT.2 2:38 PART
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13007 236-06 PERSON ON THE STREET: COMBINATORICS 1:08 LIVE ACTION FILM
The Person on the Street Interviewer asks various people to define combinatorics.
15296 236-07 No XPOS VS. NEG JOUSTS: THE ABYSS +3 PLUS -3 0:30 ANIMATION
When three "negative" clay-mation creatures confront three "positive" clay creatures, no clay creatures remain.
20010 236-08 MATHNET-CASE OF THE GREAT CAR ROBBERY-1 5:43 MATHNET
The Mathnetters are called in to investigate the increase in the number of cars being stolen in the L.A. area. They begin by analyzing data collected from the robberies in the hope of finding clues.
Sketch Count:8
Episode Length(may exclude credits): 27:14

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