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• ### #7523Up ↑+2/2Down ↓[Report ]2018-06-07 17:47 EST

//Stav says something insightful
Rose: Yeah, Stav is right. But you can't just bring your Stav around when you're doing math.

• ### #7522Up ↑+3/3Down ↓[Report ]2018-06-07 17:43 EST

//writing a proof
//Rose writes "So a sequence of states of M are visited as M processes s"
Class: Shouldn't that be "is"?
//Rose replaces "are" with "is"
Rose: That doesn't look right.
//Rose replaces "is" with "are"
Class: The subject is the sequence of states of M, so the verb should be singular.
//Rose replaces "are" with "be"
Rose: Yeah, just leave it unconjugated.

• ### #7519Up ↑+1/1Down ↓[Report ]2018-06-04 15:55 EST

//Rose going over an obvious proof
Reynald: What? How did you get that?
Rose: Too much irony, it's like I spend 1/3 of my brain determining whether people on Twitter are joking or not.

• ### #7494Up ↑+2/4Down ↓[Report ]2018-05-21 14:19 EST

//Rose talking about polyhedra and stops midway

Rose: I'm like, really freaking hungry!
Someone else: You didn't eat lunch??
Rose: No, I didn't eat my lunch! Does anyone have food they can spare?
Will: I have peanut butter crackers.
//Rose starts eating, tries to ask us what a Schaffli notation represents, but can't talk. He starts jumping up and down, trying to swallow his peanut butter cracker.
Everyone else: What's that? We can't understand you.
//Rose finally swallows part of cracker.
Rose: Say cube, dammit!

• ### #7459Up ↑+3/3Down ↓[Report ]2018-05-01 17:47 EST

//Discrete, graph theory
Rose: In the 70's, these researchers did this study where they went around a high school and asked every single person who they had sex with. We can represent the people as vertices and edges as relationships. So there were lots of these...
//Draws two vertices, connected by an edge
//Draws a lone vertex
//Draws a vertex with two edges coming out of it
//Draws a star with many edges coming out of it
//Draws a square
Rose: There was a lot less to do back then in the 70's, so don't feel bad.
Rose: Also, this is our final class projec-- Just kidding.

• ### #7414Up ↑+4/4Down ↓[Report ]2018-04-16 17:31 EST

//testing laundry detergent in discrete
Rose: Normal, grease, food, and mud... the 4 basic food groups.

• ### #7404Up ↑+2/2Down ↓[Report ]2018-04-12 21:56 EST

//Discrete math, beginning of quarter 4.
Rose: MCPS has a goal of giving every student an A, and I subvert this by giving very hard tests.

• ### #7318Up ↑+6/6Down ↓[Report ]2018-03-13 15:52 EST

//Kevin Qian has pandas stacked on his head
//Rose looks at him with interest and walks over
//Favid tries to stack the huge panda on his head but fails
Rose: All people are learning. Some people are learning combinatorics. Some people are ... learning.

• ### #7310Up ↑+5/5Down ↓[Report ]2018-03-09 07:30 EST

//Making stories for combinatorial proofs
Jonah: So in the 2018 midterm election there are m democrats and n republicans, trying to get into r seats...
Rose: No that's boring, what are some fun political parties?
Class: Green Party! Communists!
Rose: Yeahhhh, this is like the Takoma Park Assembly.

• ### #7299Up ↑+24/26Down ↓[Report ]2018-03-06 15:02 EST

//Kevin was explaining a way to do combinatorics problem to Mr. Rose
Rose: Okay so is it (explanation) gonna take 1 minute or 7 minutes
Kevin: Uhhhh
Rose: Is it gonna take 1 minute or more?
Kevin: It's gonna take more for you to understand

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