The ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter is always the same: 3.14159... and on and on (literally!) forever. Reynaldo Lopes explains pi's vast applications to the study of music, financial models, and even the density of the universe. (3:44 min.)

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Join astronauts on-board the International Space Station to learn more about centripetal force and why planets or moons and artificial satellites like the space station stay in orbit. Use math to find out if the artificial gravity in science fiction movies can be a reality. (7:51 min.)

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In the Northern Hemisphere, planes actually tend to fly faster when they are travelling in the same direction as the Earth’s rotation.

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This video by MinutePhysics explains whether it is better to walk or run when caught in the rain!

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Pi can be calculated using a random sample of darts thrown at a square and circle target. The problem with this method lies in attempting to throw "randomly." (5:47 min.)

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Ever wonder why you need to know so much math to pursue a career in computer science?

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You've heard of E=mc²... but you probably haven't heard the whole story.

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Lauren is an Event Manager at an sports-entertainment centre & deals with helping make visiting events (like Cirque du Soleil) run easily. (video courtesy of vroc.ca)

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Kurt McGlaughlin discusses the math behind the physical structures that support the Cirque Du Soleil show, Dralion. Video courtesy of vroc.ca

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Clyde's career allows him to fulfill his child hood dream of flying!

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