15950 |
305-01 | SHOW OPEN |
0:46 |
BUMPER |

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30970 |
305-02 | PERSON ON THE STREET: $10 A DAY |
0:52 |
LIVE ACTION FILM |

| People on the street are asked: If you spend $10 day, it will take about 3 1/2 months to spend $1000. How long will it take to spend one million? One billion? |

30470 |
305-03 | BIG NUMBERS - MILLION/ BILLION/ TRILLION |
1:04 |
ANIMATION |

| This segment compares the length of time a clock would take to tick off one million, one billion, and one trillion seconds. |

30960 |
305-04 | MICHIGAN STADIUM: FOOTBALLS (173 MILL) |
1:36 |
LIVE ACTION FILM |

| The following question is posed to the viewer: How many footballs would it take to fill the entire Michigan Stadium to the top? |

20140 |
305-05 Four seconds shorter | MATHMAN: HEXAGONS |
1:25 |
ANIMATION |

| Mathman plays a video game in which he must eat all polygons which are hexagons. |

31185 |
305-06 | INSERT: QUEEN-MATH IS A TOOL |
0:10 |
BUMPER |

| "Mathematics is like a tool ... use it and solve problems." |

30240 |
305-07 | SQUARE ONE CHALLENGE #10 |
8:13 |
GAME SHOW |

| Two students try to determine whether each of two cast members is bluffing or telling the truth when answering the questions: Spheres, Mathman Portrait, and Three Nets. |

30241 |
305-07 | SQUARE ONE CHALLENGE #10 QUESTION 1 |
0:00 |
GAME SHOW QUESTION |

| Two spheres are sliced by planes. One cross section is shown to be circular. Will the other cross section look like ellipse, egg, or circle? |

30242 |
305-07 | SQUARE ONE CHALLENGE #10 QUESTION 2 |
0:00 |
GAME SHOW QUESTION |

| If one portrait of Mathman is 30 cm x 40 cm, how high is another that is in proportion and is 8 cm wide? |

30243 |
305-07 | SQUARE ONE CHALLENGE #10 QUESTION 3 |
0:00 |
GAME SHOW QUESTION |

| If a box with seven sides were dropped and it unfolded, would it look like one of three nets? |

17907 |
305-08 | JOHN MOSCHITA: PETER PIPER S, M, F |
0:10 |
STUDIO |

| John Moschita does 3 different versions of the "Peter Piper" tongue twister - slow, medium, and fast. A graph illustrates the different rates as well. |

30005 |
305-09 | MATHNET-CASE OF ERSATZ EARTHQUAKE-5 |
11:48 |
MATHNET |

| The Mathnetters and the Mayor ask Ms. Divine to predict the outcome of a football game before paying for prediction of the Big Quake. They trick with the score of a game which never took place. |

31250 |
305-10 | CREDITS |
1:36 |
BUMPER |

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31380 |
305-11 | LONG FRIDAY CLOSE |
0:35 |
BUMPER |

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| Sketch Count: | 14 |

| Episode Length(may exclude credits): |
28:15 |