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View Resource Calculating the Volume of a Cylinder

n 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...

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View Resource Concert Acoustics

How do venue owners make sure a concert sounds great no matter where someone is sitting in 18,000 seat arena? They hire an Acoustical Consultant. Introduce your students to this fun, unique career...

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View Resource Designing Dolls

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...

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View Resource Testing Bats

Take your students inside Easton Sports? research & development lab to meet engineers and technicians who are using math, science and technology to design and test high-performance baseball and s...

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View Resource Maglev Trains

Gliding on a wave of electromagnetic force, a maglev train could travel at 300 miles per hour or faster. Designer-engineers describe the mechanics and future benefits of such superconductor...

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