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Bad Man challenges Sarah and Nico to add numbers with decimals up to the hundredths place. They walk through their process in a manner that is easy to follow and eventually calculate the correct answer. Before they start solving the problem, Bad Man reminds them to estimate so that they can quickly determine if they've gone astray.

Bad Man challenges Amber and Michael to identify numbers in the tenths and hundredths places from a fixed set. After they successfully complete the challenge, he asks them to place the numbers in order on the number line.

Bad Man poses two word problems to Ashley and Celia. Given a start and an end time, they need to calculate the duration of a train ride and the length of a video recording.

Sad Man introduces us to Third Bird and Snorter, who are each allowed to have a fraction of their total treats. Sad Man walks us through how many treats each animal will get. Later, a song featuring Third Bird and Snorter explains how to calculate the fraction of a number.

Bad Man challenges two kids to solve problems involving calculating the fraction of a whole number. The kids walk through the process of solving each problem in a clear manner with supporting visuals. They solve every problem correctly.

Bad Man challenges Amber to place on the number line three numbers between 1 and 2. He refers to the numbers directly to the right of the decimal point as tenths. He then gives Michael a similar challenge to that of Amber except with numbers containing decimals in the hundredths place.

Sad Man presents us with six little worms that are trying to sleep but are cold because they don't have a bedspread. He poses a problem: how much cloth will need to be cut to sufficiently cover the worms? He walks through solving this area problem and explains each step of the process.

Bad Man challenges Ryland and Celia to measure the area of multiple rectangular objects, such as a playing card and a videotape. Their process of measuring the length and the breadth (or width) is accompanied by supporting visuals. Afterwards, Bad Man suggests an easier way to remember the formula: by using the first letters of each word.

Sad Man and Bad Man both illustrate that calculating the fraction of a whole number is the same as dividing by the denominator. Bad Man then challenges Amber and Ashley to match fractions with their equivalent divisions, and they complete the challenge successfully.

Sad Man introduces the concept of perpendicular lines and looks for examples of them in the real world. Bad Man tests two kids on their knowledge of math and asks them to create perpendicuar lines.