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Sketches in (hopefully) order:
44150 426-01 SHOW OPEN 0:38 BUMPER
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40370 426-02 MATHCOURT 1: DECIMAL POINT 3:51 STUDIO
The prosecutor has not used a decimal point when adding prices so the total cost that he demands is incorrect. Defendant rewrites using decimal points.
43033 426-03 INSERT: DRACULA 3 0:06 BUMPER
"I love math. It's a subject you can really sink your teeth into."
40270 426-04 SQUARE ONE CHALLENGE # 6 9:14 GAME SHOW
Two students try to determine whether each of two cast members is bluffing or telling the truth when answering the questions: Candy Bar Pieces, Transylvania Lottery, Wheels/Pulleys
40271 426-04 SQUARE ONE CHALLENGE # 6 QUESTION 1 0:00 GAME SHOW QUESTION
Given two candy bars of the same size, cut one into eighths; cut the other into halves, and one of its halves into five equal pieces. Which is bigger, one of those pieces or one of the eighths?
40272 426-04 SQUARE ONE CHALLENGE # 6 QUESTION 2 0:00 GAME SHOW QUESTION
Which is worth more--one million thousand gold zlotys or one thousand million gold zlotys?
40273 426-04 SQUARE ONE CHALLENGE # 6 QUESTION 3 0:00 GAME SHOW QUESTION
A machine has 3 wheels of different sizes, connected by a belt. Wheels A, B, and C have diameters of 10, 15, and 20 inches, respectively. If you turn A 8 times, how many times will B turn? And C?
43080 426-05 IF IT'S OUT THERE: CHEF (POPOVER) 1:17 LIVE ACTION FILM
A home cook follows the instructions of a tv chef, but uses a tablespoon of baking powder instead of a teaspoon, so his popover comes out unusually large.
40820 426-06 OLD PHILOSOPHER #6: PERCENTS 2:32 STUDIO
The Old Philosopher tells a story about deciding which store offers a better deal on hockey pucks; one sells pucks at 40 percent off of $5 and the other sells them at 25 percent off of $4.
40081 426-07 MATHNET-CASE OF THE PURLOINED POLICIES-1 9:54 MATHNET
An insurance company has an unusual number of payouts on cars it insured. With Stanley, a student, Pat & George see the company president, who gives them info on diskette. They meet Johnny Dollar.
44310 426-08 LONG CLOSE 0:58 BUMPER
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Sketch Count:11
Episode Length(may exclude credits): 28:30

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