Private telecommunicator companies can compete for consumers, so government can take a hands-off approach to the technology business.
Billy helps the rest of the management team define the real problem that they are trying to solve.
In this song, a boy would like to purchase a bicycle but doesn't have enough money for it. He is encouraged to consider all of his options, including looking at cheaper bikes, waiting for a price change, and asking for the price of the bike at other stores. This song assures us that we can find solutions to most of our problems by taking time to think about them and try different approaches.
Billy is struggling with a math problem that he has for homework, and he doesn't want it to affect his performance on the field. The entire baseball team tries to help him solve it, and they eventually come to the correct solution after several failed attempts. The problem is as follows:If Joe can paint a house in three hours and Sam can paint the same house in five hours, how long does it take for them to do it together?
The teacher poses to his students the Monty Hall problem, which investigates the probability of choosing a correct answer given three options and the subsequent probability of changing the original choice. The teacher explains why his students' instincts are not correct.