Martinez: You start seeing three vowels -- everybody loses it.
//Complex Schwartz: Get your real world applications out of my math. Math is strong and independent and don't need no applications.
Kirk, writing: If a lim (n -> inf) S_n does not exist then we say the series "S" *diverges* (and is trash 🗑️) // later, conclusions about a divergent series Kirk: It's not really a number. It's trash. It's not really useful to us. // later, conclusions about a different, more interesting divergent series Kirk: It's trash. ... It's beautiful trash; trash can be beautiful. // later, he calls another divergent series trash, draws trash can, then draws smiley face on trash can Kirk: And here's Grouch from Sesame Street. Kirk: Very bad version of Grouch from Sesame Street.
Student: [Student] is such a [student].
Lodal: How dare you not be here in class! The consequences of this will be tremendous! Lodal: ... You won't know chemistry later in life! What're you gonna do?! Lodal: ... Get a job in something other than chemistry.
Lodal: Your handwriting probably is trash, [Student]. Lodal: You just look like the kind of person to have trash handwriting. Lodal: ... I don't even know what you look like.
Martinez: Okay, so we'll just feed our sorrows.
Piper: Okay, so there's 87,000 students in here and none of you are talking? Student: We already finished discussing Piper: And when you discussed the answers, were all 87,000 of you talking, or just a few?
Piper: Sometimes when you write something, you think you wrote it correctly but you actually didn't Piper: And of course you understand it, but other people might not Piper: Like if I were to write, "As a child, my dad was an Army officer," I'm trying to say my dad was an Army officer when I was little Piper: But to other people it looks like I'm saying my dad was a general when he was seven
Piper: I'm only asking you to do Problem 3. Piper: Because I don't like Problems 1 and 2.