You may think that chance is just a roll of the dice, but what are the odds you'll like the outcome? Learn how to calculate and express basic probability.

We all know what a circle is, but what’s a radius, diameter or circumference? Tim and Moby will also introduce you to circle’s friend Pi. I wish I had a friend named Pie...

A little practical math can help us save money on things we need to buy, leaving a budget for the things we want to buy. Tim and Moby talk you through comparing prices.

Tim and Moby play a board game to show the difference between mutually exclusive and inclusive events, and how they affect the likelihood of getting the desired outcome.

"One-half" is the same as "point five," but how do you get from one to the other? Learn how to convert fractions into decimals, and back again! Hey Presto!

How long will it take you to get there, at 58 mph, with ten gallons in your tank, the wind in your hair, and a hundred kilometers to go? Tim and Moby figure it out.

A 30s gangster movie about how to divide and conquer--and deal with the remainders! Tim and Moby walk you through a little practical math, quotients and all.

In movies, nature, code, and a math equation near you! Tim and Moby walk you through the series of numbers that make up the mysterious Fibonacci Sequence.

The numerators and denominators of fractions represent pieces of a whole! Tim and Moby show you how visualizing everyday objects makes this math lesson easy.

Learn how every whole number greater than 1 is either a prime number or formed by multiplying prime numbers together. And the biggest prime number? No one knows!

Tim and Moby time travel and cross-multiply! Learn how figure out the price of a movie ticket in proportion to income, and how to compare it to prices from earlier decades.

Most fractions can be reduced through simple division, and there is a real-world situation where reducing fractions comes in handy (hint: it involves pizza).

A triangle is always a geometric shape, but not all triangles are similar! Tim and Moby use congruent angles and proportionate sides to study similar figures.

Figure out how to plot the x- and y-intercepts of a line and calculate its slope! Watch this movie before you decide to skateboard down Danger Mountain, ok?

Some numbers are too big or too small to fit on a page! Tim and Moby use decimal power, the power of tens, to show you about standard and scientific notation.

Believe us, Moby’s no accountant--but even he’s learning about the difference between sales and income tax, and how your salary affects your tax payment.

Whoa--3-D! Tim and Moby learn the formula for the volume of a prism, talk about some prisms you already know, and ask what cubes and pyramids have to do with it all!