For one of our last math units of the year, we were learning about the math in driving. Dan told us that we were going to make our own project and we were going to have to come up with our own question. First, he showed us a cycle that we had to follow. First, we had to ask a good question then create a mathematical framework, do the math, and reflect on your results. I wasn't sure what kind of question I wanted to do, then I decided to ask if I could do something about motorcycles instead of cars. I wasn't too sure what I could do so I asked Dan some ways math could be incorporated into motorcycles. That's when I decided to learn how does a motorcycle turn and how far would the motorcycle have to lean over if the radius of the turn is 30 and you're going into the turn 30mph and the weight of your motorcycle is 275 LB. Doing the was challenging but it was doable. I had to find the centripidle force of the turn and I had to find the downward force of the motorcycle. Then I had to use tangent to get my answer witch was 62 degrees. When I was reflecting on my answer it seemed that no motorcycle could lean over that far. Then I started to realize that some motorcycles can lean over were the elbow and knees are dragging on the ground.