## Build a Great Pyramid with Teachers at Dassault Systemes

How do you combine math, science, technology, engineering, history, art, all to meet education standards in your classroom?  Biology teacher, Matthew Burns and physics teacher, Boris Gokhfeld from Waltham High School, MA, USA, created this project to share with you.  The Great Pyramid

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## SolidWorks World Celebrates Educators and Their Students

SolidWorks World 2013 is only a few days a way and I wanted to share with you the featured speakers at the Education Breakout Sessions. Justin Lai, Lemelson MIT InvenTeams and  Dan Schab, math teacher, Michigan teacher of the year (2005-2006) and mentor, Williamston

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## Professional Development for Teachers this Summer – Free From SolidWorks

If you are a teacher that needs professional development hours before school starts, wants to investigate STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math) lessons, needs a great visualization tool, or just wants to learn what Computer Aided Design (CAD) can do for

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## SolidWorks Education hosts Regional NASCAR STEM Student Racing Challenge

STEM – Science Technology Engineering and Math.  If you combine these subjects with RC Racing,  Tony Schumacher – U.S. Army Top Fuel Dragster and seven-time champion and SolidWorks customer, 25 engineers from the US army and community, along with a great

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## SolidWorks Curriculum for Educators on the SolidWorks Customer Portal

SolidWorks provides curriculum, tutorials and projects for educators on our SolidWorks Customer Portal. This video shows how you obtain your SolidWorks serial number, create an account and access the Customer Portal right inside of the SolidWorks Education Edition.   The projects

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## SolidWorks Simulation Student and Teacher Guides

The SolidWorks Simulation Guide features an introduction to the principles of analysis. Fully integrated with SolidWorks, design analysis is an essential part of completing a product. SolidWorks tools simulate the testing of your model’s prototype working environment. SolidWorks Flow Simulation is an analysis

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## Calculating Area of a region bounded by two curves (secx)^2 and sin x in SolidWorks

When Integration is introduced in Calculus, determining the Area of a region is a common exercise.  This video takes you through defining two sketches.  The upper bound is (secx)^2, the lower bound is sinx.  Using Sketch Driven Curve and

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## Determine the Volume of a Function Revolved Around the X Axis in SolidWorks

This SolidWorks video tutorial takes you through how to enter a funtion 2+xcosx and revolve it around the x axis to create a solid.  Tools, Mass Properties is used to calculate volume and surface area.  Marie Video: Download Revolve of

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## Determining Volume of a Pyramid in SolidWorks

Volume of a Pyramid, height along the x axis from x = 0 to x = 3 with a square base 3m x 3m.  The video shows how to create this pyramid using a Loft feature in SolidWorks and comparing

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I was fortuante to meet with educators this week at the ACTE conference in Nashville.  What a great time to be in technology and engineering education with the importance of making math and science relevant for all students.  That is why

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## Math2Go Accelerated Curriculum

Math2Go Accelerated Curriculum applies science and mathematics concepts to designing a race car. With 10th scale RC Cars, students maximize performance and drive farther, faster, and all while exploring concepts in physics. The Upside Down Wings  exercise takes  a student

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## Real Life Calculus Min-Max Applications

This lesson helps the student better visualize, in three dimensions, what the calculus based maxiumum/minimum equations show in mathematical terms.  Once the student has created the solid object in SolidWorks, he/she can manipulate it (rotate in 3D space) and

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## Optimization (For Calculus1)

The objectives of this lesson show applications on how to use calculus to determine the maximum/minimum of a function, to use SolidWorks to visualize the maximum/minimum of a function and to learn how to use equations in SolidWorks in order

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## Lesson Plan: Parabola from Algebra to Calculus

This lesson develops two examples with a parabola. The first example explores graphing a parabola from an equation, finding the area bounded by the x axis, center of mass, and volume of a solid in revolution about a line parallel

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