Schwartz: We're just completing the square to find the vertex of a parabola. Schwartz: You've been doing this since you were, like, 7, or whenever you took Algebra.
//Schwartz tangentially talking about abstract algebraic structures (group, ring, field, module, vector space, and more) Michael: What are the applications of those other things? Schwartz: I don't know! I'm a pure mathematician. Math is strong and independent and don't need no applications!
Schwartz: Wait... 1 - 0.4 - 0.6 does not equal 0. Class: Yes it does! Schwartz: Schwartz: Ohhhhhhh
Schwartz: "Life is pain, highness. Anyone who says differently is selling something." One student: What's that from? * Entire class shouts out at him that it's from the Princess Bride, Schwartz's favorite movie * Schwartz: I can feel his letter grade dropping.
Schwartz: We all know magnets aren't found outside.
Mike: There are libraries, but are there any truthbraries? Eric: There is a Lie Algebra, but is there any Truth Algebra? Mike: Yes, Boolean Algebra.
//In analytical chemistry, talking about charges and attraction. Pham: ... you know, like your girlfriend. //Stares at Viju Viju: Wait why are you staring at me? Pham: Oh. That's right. You not have a girlfriend. Viju: That's because algebra prettier than any girlfriend! Pham: What about boyfriend? Becca: It's definitely more useful than a boyfriend.
Rose: Now we are going to perform this piece of algebra with no vegetable analogue.
Stein: Victor, when did you take Algebra I? Victor: Sixth grade. Stein: Alright, so when you were taking Algebra I in pre-school...
//During geometry Mr. Rose is angry at how little the kids know Rose: Who here took Algebra I? //entire class raises their hands Rose: Who here passed Algebra I? //TC puts down his hand