Category: BUSINESS & COMMERCE

A rare and fascinating look inside the world's largest computer manufacturer, Dell Inc., where thousands of computers are custom-built and shipped around the world every day. See how math skills are utilized throughout the company.

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Category: MOVIE CLOSE-UPS

Learn more about the plan for our return to the moon.

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Category: ENVIRONMENTAL

Near the Gulf Coast of Texas extends a 44,000-acre refuge full of alligators, armadillos, coyotes, and lots and lots of birds. Show your students the science and math wildlife biologists use to maintain a safe haven for these animals.

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Category: MOVIE CLOSE-UPS, TRANSPORTATION

Airboats are flat-bottomed boats powered by a propeller attached to an automobile or aircraft engine. The flat bottom allows airboats to navigate easily through shallow swamps and marshes.

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Category: SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

If you're building a space station and happen to let go of a $250,000 tool that you'd forgotten to tie down, somebody's going to need to take a spacewalk to retrieve it. If you're lucky, you can give that dangerous task to "Arnie"--the robot. Running time 02:39 minutes

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Category: DESIGN

The result of their work is all around us in most product. Get an inside look at what industrial design is all about with Hilgard Muller, the Industrial Design Manager at Giro responsible for designing an entire line of sport-performance sunglasses.

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Category: DESIGN

Specializing in saltwater aquariums, Nic Tiemens and Joe Pineda love the challenge of recreating a slice of the ocean indoors. Day in and day out, they use volume calculations, temperature, measurement and science to create these beautiful habitats.

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Category: ANIMALS

For some people, bats are one of the scariest groups of creatures out there. Not for Bert Grantges. He knows that without bats we'd be overrun by bugs, and that would be scarier. He uses basic math like estimation, percents and ratios to track bat population

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Category: SPORTS

When GT Bicycle Designer Forest Yelverton gets to work designing the latest bike for kids or the US Olympic Cycling Team, his ability to think with the math and geometry he learned in school makes all the difference. Take a look.

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Category: SPORTS

On location at Easton Sports for an inside look at what it takes to build and test durable, high-performance bike wheels.

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Category: ART & MUSIC

Go inside the workshop of Alembic, one of the most influential bass and guitar makers in the business, to see how they rely on precision numbers to craft guitars with the best quality sound and customized fit for each musician.

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Category: ENVIRONMENTAL, MOVIE CLOSE-UPS

Want to show your students specific real world examples of radius, area and algebra? Wind Analyst Emily Hardy does just that... in under two minutes!

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Category: ARCHITECTURE, MOVIE CLOSE-UPS

In the 1800s, New York City required that all buildings higher than 6 stories be equipped with a rooftop water tower. This was necessary to prevent the need for excessively high pressures at lower elevations, which could burst pipes.

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Category: SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

In 1978, Dr. Amar Bose was frustrated by the inability to hear good music in a noisy airplane cabin. Then he got curious and wondered if there was a way to separate what one wanted to hear from what one didn’t.

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Category: KAY TOLIVER CLASSROOM

Figuring out how many pieces of candy are in a large jar calls for some tasty data collection and analysis.

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Category: ANIMALS

To help save an endangered species like the cheetah, you must start by understanding its behavior. Only the brave need apply for this job, however, because this kind of biological study is up close and personal.

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Category: SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

Tiny glass filaments carry so much information that all the books ever written could be transmitted over a single fiber optic cable in a few seconds. This technology is at the heart of 21st century communications systems.

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Category: SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

It takes a sophisticated network of hundreds of communication satellites orbiting the earth to connect the dots of the global economy. It’s a field that relies on everything from variables to patterns and measurement to space science. Running time 02:43 minutes

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Category: ART & MUSIC

Elizabeth Cohen tests sound systems for concert halls and theaters.

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Category: DESIGN

To make one design fit on business cards, trucks and buildings, you need to be an expert on the concept of scale. Featured: Trent Fleming, project manager, Sussman, Prejza & Company.

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Category: ENVIRONMENTAL

Creating campsites in the New Mexico wilderness calls for a knowledge of ratios and proportions. Featured: Charlotte Minor, landscape architect, U.S. Forest Service; Tessa Archuletta-Krause, civil engineer, U.S. Forest Service.

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Category: DESIGN

If you asked Jessica Shulman about her job as a graphic designer, she’d probably tell you she has the most fun job out there. It is a creative field that requires an understanding of ratios, percents and geometry.

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Category: DESIGN, TRANSPORTATION

Your students like to ride in them, plan drive and hope to own one. Could they also have a job designing cars? Inspire them by taking them inside Ford Motor Company to see how designers and engineers use math to steer the direction of their concept cars.

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Category: ART & MUSIC

Professional dancers, and the health professionals that keep them on their toes, use principles of geometry and engineering to achieve their goals. Find out how this art form is going high tech!

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Category: SPACE SCIENCE

Building a space launch vehicle is a complex engineering task. Over a million parts must come together and work perfectly under extremely severe conditions. How do you go about building something like this? Examine NASAs Ares Projects.

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Category: DESIGN

Chris Araujo combines innovation with design to create backpacks for one of the largest outdoor apparel companies in the world. Whether he's measuring the straps for comfort or designing the shape of the front pouch, math is critical to good design.

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Category: DESIGN

Rumor has it that if you lined Barbie Dolls up head to toe, they would circle the globe eight times. This movie takes students behind-the-scenes to meet a Barbie designer who uses everything from measurement to fractions to patterns to design new dolls.

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Category: SPORTS

It's pretty common for skateboards to break. So Tim Piumarta makes skateboards that "last a ridiculously long time." He has to understand force and kinetic energy to measurement and algebra in order to make them extremely strong and long-lasting.

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