# Content Showcase: Video Library

## Media4Math's Video Library is a collection of videos on key topics in pre-algebra and algebra. Each video includes several worked-out examples that clearly explain the key concept. All videos include real-world applications of math.

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Total number of resources: 8
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### Closed Captioned Video: Geometry Applications: Triangles

Closed Captioned Video: Geometry Applications: Triangles

In this program we explore the properties of triangle. We do this in the context of two real-world applications. In the first, we explore the triangular trusses in the Eiffel Tower and in the process learn about key properties of triangles.

Definition of a Triangle and Applications of Triangles

### Closed Captioned Video: Geometry Applications: Triangles, 1

Closed Captioned Video: Geometry Applications: Triangles, Segment 1: Introduction

The Bank of China building in Hong Kong is a dramatic example of triangular support. The notion of triangular trusses is introduced, along with the key concepts developed in the rest of the program.

Definition of a Triangle and Applications of Triangles

### Closed Captioned Video: Geometry Applications: Triangles, 2

Closed Captioned Video: Geometry Applications: Triangles, Segment 2: Triangles

The Eiffel Tower includes quite a number of exposed triangular trusses. The properties of triangles are used to explore and explain the frequent use of triangular trusses in many building. In particular, isosceles and equilateral triangular trusses are explored.

Definition of a Triangle and Applications of Triangles

### Closed Captioned Video: Geometry Applications: Triangles, 3

Closed Captioned Video: Geometry Applications: Triangles, Segment 3: Right Triangles

The ancient port city of Corinth in Greece allows us to explore the evolution of sailing. The shapes of sails went from rectangular to triangular. The use of right-triangle-shaped sails changed the nature of sailing.

Definition of a Triangle and Applications of Triangles

### VIDEO: Geometry Applications: Triangles

VIDEO: Geometry Applications: Triangles

In this program we explore the properties of triangles. We do this in the context of two real-world applications. In the first, we explore the triangular trusses in the Eiffel Tower and in the process learn about key properties of triangles.

Definition of a Triangle and Applications of Triangles

### VIDEO: Geometry Applications: Triangles, 1

VIDEO: Geometry Applications: Triangles, Segment 1: Introduction

The Bank of China building in Hong Kong is a dramatic example of triangular support. The notion of triangular trusses is introduced, along with the key concepts developed in the rest of the program.

Definition of a Triangle and Applications of Triangles

### VIDEO: Geometry Applications: Triangles, 2

VIDEO: Geometry Applications: Triangles, Segment 2: Triangles

The Eiffel Tower includes quite a number of exposed triangular trusses. The properties of triangles are used to explore and explain the frequent use of triangular trusses in many building. In particular, isosceles and equilateral triangular trusses are explored.

Applications of Triangles

### VIDEO: Geometry Applications: Triangles, 3

VIDEO: Geometry Applications: Triangles, Segment 3: Right Triangles

The ancient port city of Corinth in Greece allows us to explore the evolution of sailing. The shapes of sails went from rectangular to triangular. The use of right-triangle-shaped sails changed the nature of sailing.

Applications of Triangles and Definition of a Triangle