15950 |
301-01 | SHOW OPEN |
0:46 |
BUMPER |

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30140 |
301-02 | WANNA BE |
2:24 |
SONG |

| This is a song which points out that whatever one wants to be, one needs to know math. |

30760 |
301-03 | MATH-ZA-POPPIN' #5 |
3:41 |
STUDIO |

| Examples of finding the area of a rectangle are shown from Square One files. |

30450 |
301-04 | BIG NUMBERS - THOUSAND/ MILLION |
0:36 |
ANIMATION |

| This segment tells the viewer that it takes a clock only about seventeen minutes to tick off one thousand seconds, and compares this to the time it takes to tick off one million seconds. |

30600 |
301-05 | WHAT'S MY NUMBER?: 56 |
2:52 |
GAME SHOW |

| Contestants try to find the secret number from a group of 25 by eliminating subsets which do not contain that number. |

30460 |
301-06 | BIG NUMBERS - MILLION/ BILLION |
0:41 |
ANIMATION |

| This segment compares the length of time it takes a clock to tick off one million and then one billion seconds. |

30001 |
301-07 | MATHNET-CASE OF ERSATZ EARTHQUAKE-1 |
16:41 |
MATHNET |

| The Mathnetters consult a scientist about earthquakes in their investigation of Sybil Divine's prediction of a recent quake. He explains trilateration and the Richter scale to them. |

31240 |
301-08 | LONG CLOSE |
0:44 |
BUMPER |

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| Sketch Count: | 8 |

| Episode Length(may exclude credits): |
28:25 |