The narrator shows Donald Duck several occurrences of mathematical forms in nature, such as the petuna, the starfish, and the wax flower. He explains that math can be found in music, art, and virtually all other aspects of the world.
The narrator explains that mathematics is much more than simply numbers and equations. He shows how different shapes, such as spheres and cones, can be found in nature and are used in technology both at home and in several industries.
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?"
After building a nest for the egg, the CyberSquad builds a leaf canopy to protect the nest from the rain. They try weaving a roof with the same pattern as that of the nest, but it doesn't work, as it lets rain through. They find a tree with a leaf pattern that slides all water off to the side and replicate the pattern to create their canopy.
The CyberSquad attempts to create a nest similar to that made by the Tiki Bird so that they can hold an egg in it. When they have difficulties holding the nest together, they believe they should use glue, but Creech shows them part of a nest that a Tiki Bird made, and it doesn't have any glue. They identify the pattern of the strands and replicate it to create a nest.
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.