44150 |
431-01 | SHOW OPEN |
0:38 |
BUMPER |

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15310 |
431-02 2 seconds shorter, no X | SHAPE UP |
2:10 |
SONG |

| Punning on geometric terms, this music video illustrates geometric shapes in this song about betrayed love. |

40260 |
431-03 | SQUARE ONE CHALLENGE # 5 |
8:48 |
GAME SHOW |

| Two students try to determine whether each of two cast members is bluffing or telling the truth when answering the questions: Tables in Tunnel, Wacky Boxes, Darts |

40261 |
431-03 | SQUARE ONE CHALLENGE # 5 QUESTION 1 |
0:00 |
GAME SHOW QUESTION |

| A banquet is being held in a tunnel, so the tables must be placed end-to-end. If four people can fit at a single table (one on each side), then how many can be seated at a row of 100 tables? |

40262 |
431-03 | SQUARE ONE CHALLENGE # 5 QUESTION 2 |
0:00 |
GAME SHOW QUESTION |

| What could the given box design look like when it's folded up? |

40263 |
431-03 | SQUARE ONE CHALLENGE # 5 QUESTION 3 |
0:00 |
GAME SHOW QUESTION |

| A dartboard has rings worth 5, 7, and 10 points. Can Ironwrist McDougal possibly get a score of exactly 28 by hitting the target with 5 darts? |

40830 |
431-04 | OLD PHILOSOPHER #7: AVERAGES |
2:23 |
STUDIO |

| The Old Philosopher tells a story about figuring out the average number of laps swum in a day, given data for 5 days. |

40121 |
431-05 | MATHNET-CASE OF THE UNNATURAL-1 |
13:44 |
MATHNET |

| A young girl named Babs explains a number sequence game she plays with her friend Lefty, a baseball player. Enjoying a baseball comeback, he has started to send sequences that break their game rules. |

44310 |
431-06 | LONG CLOSE |
0:58 |
BUMPER |

| -0- |

| Sketch Count: | 9 |

| Episode Length(may exclude credits): |
28:41 |