15950 |
332-01 | SHOW OPEN |
0:46 |
BUMPER |

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14230 |
332-02 No X | DIET LITE WET |
3:22 |
STUDIO |

| As the characters attempt to shoot a commercial for Diet Lite Wet, they note the equivalence of fraction, decimal,and percent. |

30830 |
332-03 | BEAZLEY & THE NUMBERS: 7 |
1:43 |
ANIMATION |

| Beazley is shown a list of eight numbers. He asks 3 questions, each reducing the list by half, to find the secret number. |

30780 |
332-04 | MATH-ZA-POPPIN' #7 |
2:47 |
STUDIO |

| Math riddles and pies in the face. |

31000 |
332-05 | PERSON ON THE STREET: TIME |
1:01 |
LIVE ACTION FILM |

| People on the street are asked: It takes about 11 1/2 days for a clock to tick off one million seconds. How long does it take to tick off one billion seconds? One trillion? |

30470 |
332-06 | 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. |

30540 |
332-07 | BUT WHO'S COUNTING?: SMALLEST MULT. OF 5 |
4:27 |
GAME SHOW |

| Players arrange five randomly chosen digits in an attempt to form the smallest possible five-digit multiple of five. To play, they must apply some knowledge of place value and probability. |

30960 |
332-08 | 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? |

30012 |
332-09 | MATHNET-CASE OF SWAMI SCAM-2 |
10:50 |
MATHNET |

| Continuing to look for patterns and going back over the facts, Mathnetters discover that all letters were run through the same postage meter, and find that all sent $5000 to same post office box. |

31240 |
332-10 | LONG CLOSE |
0:44 |
BUMPER |

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| Sketch Count: | 10 |

| Episode Length(may exclude credits): |
28:20 |