Finch, as a substitute teacher, draws a circle on the board along with the symbol, Pi, and asks the class what it means. When a student asks what Pi is good for and when one would use it, he gives a compelling answer.
Larry and Amelia consult the Einstein bobbleheads for help on finding the secret at the heart of the Pharoah's tomb. Amelia realizes that the answer is Pi, and the Einsteins state the value of Pi since Larry doesn't seem to be familiar with the constant. Important to note is that Pi is not exactly the value stated by the Einsteins; it is approximately that value.
Mr. Keating emphasizes the real-world applicability of words, language, and poetry. He encourages his students to contemplate their life's purpose. The human race is full of passion- poetry, beauty, romance and life: the things people stay alive for. "The powerful play goes on, and you may contribute a verse. What will your verse be?"
This clip explains the importance of constants: what they are and how they play a role in derivatives and integrals. This significant clip explains how to use integrals in an equation and on a graph while incorporating the logistical and necessary definition of constants. This uses visuals of a graph and numbers to form the equation and understanding of integrals, derivatives, and constants. Shini also explains initial value and position graphs.
This clip provides an overview of welding and the four most common types of welding. It provides a detailed explanation of MIG and TIG welding, when to use them, and how they're used in the real world.