Chorus:90 degrees make up a right anglecorner of a square or a rectangleforms a type of triangle that’s rightgonna rhyme about this with all my mightgonna rhyme about triangles if you don’t mindin total there are a few different kindsisosceles: 2 sides are the samescalene: 3 unequal of a frameone special shape is everywhere though look in a corner, right triangle bro3 angles, one of which is 90 degreesunderstand this and you’ll hold all the keys sides are called two legs and hypotenusehypotenuse gives the right angle juicefrom the right angle on the opposite sideas the longest side it’s got a lot of prideChorusother angles smaller than 90 degreesall add up to 180 don’t you seeleg can be opposite or adjacentsolve trig problems, don’t be complacentneed to use sine, cosine and tangentproperties of an angle, understand itif not don’t worry too muchjust use SOHCAHTOA to get you through the clutchsine is opposite over hypotenuse cosine is adjacent over hypotenusetangent is opposite over adjacentright angle expert now you can representChoruswith a calculator and limited infoyou can figure out sides and angles brothe way to measure ‘em when you see ‘emformula called the Pythagorean theoremlet’s say hypotenuse is “c”and the legs are “a” and “b”in every right triangle everywherea^{2} + b^{2} = c^{2}Pythagoras was an old school Gin Greece he lived around 500 BCwrote the first proof to the theorembeat India to it and the BabyloniansChoruslet’s say you gotta build a ramp 3 feet tallstart it four feet from the wallwill let you know how much wood you needshred that baby at just the right speedjust plug in 3 and 4into the Pythagorean theorem, nothing moretake the square root of 25length is five, now skate and stay aliveif a plane takes off at 40 degreeshow high is it if it travels 2000 feetuse SOHCAHTOA to find oppositesine of 40 times 2000, that’s itChorussuppose you need to find a sidehypotenuse is 13, other is 5find the missing leg by yourselvesPythagorean theorem says that it’s 12Chorus

Chorus:When you got two fractions that are the samebut written differently, call it another nameit’s the same but now you’ve got a ratioso amped about this I made the ratio flowpercent is also part of this sceneand decimal too, know what I meandon’t get excited, I’ll explain exactlyyou’ll understand man as a matter of factlywhen you got part of a whole you only got a fraction
gonna show you how you can take action
can express it as something else don’t you know
call it a percent, ok here we go
take the top number that you call the numerator
then the bottom number you call the denominator
divide the top by the bottom then multiply
by 100, you got percent, gonna tell you why
a percent is the part of a whole
whole being 100, now we’re on a roll
just like a fraction a percent is a part
it’s also called a ratio, we’re only at the start
a ratio and a fraction are the same thing
but you gotta know somethin’ I swear on my bling
the line in a fraction is called “divided by”
it also means “is to”, gonna tell you whyChorusratios compare two similar fractions
don’t be confused, just take some action
realize one half is the same as two fourths
because 1 is to 2 as 2 is to 4the word “as” can also mean “equals”
if you memorize this I’ll let you see the sequel
two thirds is the same as ten fifteenths
because 2 is to 3 as 10 is to 15
ratios aren’t hard, I ain’t lying
all you do is convert by multiplying
top and the bottom by the same number
to get a ratio of the fraction, you ain’t any dumber
sometimes you need to think a bit more
and find a missing number that you’re looking for
need to set up two similar fractions the correct way
into ratios, man you better not play Chorusthe missing number can be found by cross-multiplying
and doing some algebra, I told you I’m not lying
you can find the missing number in a snap
if you think of Algebro, he always got your backfraction can be written as a decimallevel of doubt is infinitesimalremember that the line means dividegotta do long division, can’t let you slidealready rapped this in another tracknot gonna repeat it, don’t wanna sound wackyou’re smart enough now to get it on your ownyou can solve any problem man now you’re in a zoneChorus

energy is obtained by nutritionthat’s how this rhyme will come to fruitionlet’s start with your digestive tractbegins with your mouth and that’s a factteeth and tongue chop up the food you eatmechanical digestion you just can’t beatwhen you want to make the food easier to godown the esophagus or food tube brobefore you swallow there’s one more thingsaliva dissolves starch chemicallyuses an enzyme called amylasegoes on in your mouth while your stuffing your faceChorus:digestion abstracts energyoriginally from the sun you gotta listen to meplants absorb the rays and animals eat plantswe eat plants and animals man it makes me wanna dancesmooth muscles push that food through after you swallowthrough the esophagus, a tube that’s hallowperistalsis it’s calledeven when you’re upside down food fallsinto the stomach, contains HClcoated with mucous, protects it wellenzyme pepsin digests proteinsat amino acid terminals like tyrosineone more step to complete digestionfood goes from stomach to the small intestinefor proteins we have proteasefats broken down by lipaseChorusmaltase there to digest maltosesucrase there to digest sucroseliver makes bile stored in gall bladderthis all happens in the small intestine, a very important matterbile acts by emulsifying fatfood finally hydrolyzed, can ya hear thatlining contains lots of villiinside are capillaries, can you figure out whynutrients are transported by the blood streamtakes it to the cells, systems work as a teamremember other system is circulatorygives the cell energy but that’s another storyfood dried of nutrients now but still lots of waterre-absorption in large intestine is a direct orderforms it into waste, feces is queuedstored in the rectum, ‘till you make a number 2Chorusanimals need to eat and are called heterotrophsplants make food from the sun and are called autotrophsit’s photosynthesis an entirely different processif I explained that right now man it would be a messif you know how and why we need to eat that’s coolmake the right choices don’t be no foolfood eventually enters your blood from your head to your feetthat food becomes you, you are what you eatChorus