3/9/1990

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Sketches in (hopefully) order:
15950 340-01 SHOW OPEN 0:46 BUMPER
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30420 340-02 BIG NUMBERS - MILLION 0:23 ANIMATION
This segment shows the numeral for one million and tells the viewer that it takes a clock about eleven and a half days to tick off one million seconds.
30720 340-03 MATH-ZA-POPPIN' #1 4:00 STUDIO
Pledge Central uses a pictograph to show the number of calls received per hour and a pie chart to show the percent of the goal reached. Larry estimates the distance from NYC to KY Derby using a map.
30430 340-04 BIG NUMBERS - BILLION 0:30 ANIMATION
This segment compares one billion to one million, and tells the viewer that one billion seconds is almost 32 years.
30510 340-05 MICHIGAN STADIUM: P'PONG BALLS (24 BILL) 1:36 LIVE ACTION FILM
The following question is posed to the viewer: How many ping-pong balls would it take to fill the Michigan Stadium to the top?
10180 340-06 No XANGLE DANCE 2:23 SONG
The rock group Plane Geometry sings a song about angles and uses body movement to illustrate angles, as well.
30135 340-07 MATHNET-CASE OF THE UNKIDNAPPING-5 17:07 MATHNET
George ties himself up in same knots usedon Ms. Bacchanal. Mathnetters play "What do we know," and check bank balances of show. They use logic to prove Ms. Bacchanal kidnapped herself.
31250 340-08 CREDITS 1:36 BUMPER
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31370 340-09 SHORT FRIDAY CLOSE 0:22 BUMPER
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Sketch Count:9
Episode Length(may exclude credits): 28:43

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