Clip 16/24: Problem 4 - Part B
A close-up look as a pair solves the final problems.
Two very bright kids. They clearly respect each other and are comfortable working together. They question 22, 32, or 42 as the answer to the last problem but they never talk about how or why 32 is the answer they agree upon.
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