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Sketches in (hopefully) order:
15950 333-01 SHOW OPEN 0:46 BUMPER
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21020 333-02 Nine seconds longer (for bumper)BLACKSTONE: CROSSED OUT NUMBERS 3:18 STUDIO
Blackstone asks a spectator to pick out a number in each row of a 4x4 chart so that no two are in the same column. He correctly predicts that their sum is 34.
31080 333-03 OLD PHILOSOPHER 2 2:31 STUDIO
The Old Philosopher describes to the viewer how to find the weight of a dog when a cat is also in the room. He shows how math solves the problem.
31163 333-04 INSERT: GENERAL-NEVER LOSE IT 0:09 BUMPER
"One of the best things about math is ... it is absolutely free and ... it's reuseable."
30190 333-05 SQUARE ONE CHALLENGE # 5 7:41 GAME SHOW
Two students try to determine whether each of two cast members is bluffing or telling the truth when answering the questions: Multiply by Zero, Temperature Drop, and Cube of Blocks.
30191 333-05 SQUARE ONE CHALLENGE # 5 QUESTION 1 0:00 GAME SHOW QUESTION
The integers 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, are added and then they are multiplied. Which is larger, the sum or the product?
30192 333-05 SQUARE ONE CHALLENGE # 5 QUESTION 2 0:00 GAME SHOW QUESTION
The temperature drops from twenty degrees to a temperature three degrees away from zero. How many degrees did the temperature drop? (Paintbox illustration.)
30193 333-05 SQUARE ONE CHALLENGE # 5 QUESTION 3 0:00 GAME SHOW QUESTION
A cube made of blocks is painted with an orange design. How many of the blocks have the orange design on them?
12960 333-06 Has XYES, GENERAL, SIR 1:52 STUDIO
A private demonstrates the six different was one can order the three words 'yes', 'general', and 'sir.' She also demonstrates this visually by arranging 3 fruits - apple, pear, and orange.
30013 333-07 MATHNET-CASE OF SWAMI SCAM-3 11:51 MATHNET
Looking at the Racing Form, and discussing the odds, Mathnetters figure someone must have gotten a winning horse. Grecco reports on a random sample which shows lawyers and number of letters received.
31240 333-08 LONG CLOSE 0:44 BUMPER
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Sketch Count:11
Episode Length(may exclude credits): 28:52

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