# Get Real Math! Videos

The Get Real Math videos showcase over 80 common core skills used in the real world. The videos, produced at manufacturing companies, serve as a capstone after a skill is learned in school. Math skills featured are 3rd grade through high school. The lesson plans are created by math teachers.

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• What does cereal have to do with math?
In this video, you will calculate arc lengths to determine the length of guide rail needed to go around a corner of a conveyor.

• What do robots have to do with math? (KI)
In this video, you will look at needing to change dimensions to determine the proper robotic arm to order for a new welding enclosure. A blueprint is provided that you will measure several dimensions which then needs to be turned into a real-world dimension using the blueprint scale. The dimensions then need to be converted from inches to millimeters to determine the type of robotic arm to order.

• What do cookies have to do with math?
In this video, you will see how conveyors can be used in small spaces. You will be able to use knowledge of circumference of circles to find the length of chain needed to create a Spirex conveyor.

• What do robots have to do with math? (Georgia-Pacific)
In this video, you will learn about laser guided vehicles and how to program them to work in your company. You will need to calculate distances and angles.

• What does a tank reducer have to do with math?
In this video, a part needs to be welded onto an exterior part of a tank reducer. Exactly where the part is to be attached needs to be determined first, based on a blueprint. In this activity, students need to determine the correct length from the top of the tank to place the object.

• What does steel rectangular tubing have to do with math?
In this video, you will need to determine the total amount of tubing (assume the top of the riser will be added later) needed to produce a riser that will be used in a robotic welding enclosure at KI in Green Bay. You will be challenged to understand a two-dimensional figure (blueprint) that represents a three-dimensional object. You will also look at the loss of material from cutting.

• What does welding have to do with math?
In the Tool and Die Department, frequently soldering is used to manufacture parts and fixtures. The application of solder to a joint requires a specific skill set. It is important to not use too little solder, since the weld might give way. It is also important not to use too much solder, which is wasteful. In this video, students will determine the amount of weld material used in a series of "filet welds".

• How to use math when applied to cutting metals
Parts of a specified length must be cut from a length of milled metal. In this task, students will determine the number of parts that may be cut.

• What does safety have to do with math?
Employee safety is a high priority for manufacturers. When designing a product, many prototypes are created. Research is conducted to determine if the product is safe for customers. In the case of furniture, stability is a critical area to test. This video shows how mathematics can help determine if the air quality in a storage tank is safe for Georgia Pacific employees.