Controlling the Elevator
From Cyberchase
00:00 - 03:06
3m 6s

The Earthlings and Digit have been separated into two different rooms, and they need to set the elevator shaft to the correct height in each room in order to move through Hacker's statue. Both groups decide on a standard unit of measurement, a quarter, and use their length measurement skills to set each elevator shaft to the correct height.


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