Schwartz: The analysis 2 book is older than the analysis 2 teacher.
Schwartz: I guess bells aren't ringing today *Bell ring immediately after he said that* Schwartz: I guess bells are ringing today.
Schwartz: dogs are machines by which non dog is turned into dog
// p9 analysis 2, schwartz has drawn a surface on the board schwartz: and so you have this- schwartz: (gestures at the surface) wait look, it's a royal canadian mounted chef!
“What if we just changed the definition of rectangles to include triangles?” - kelin
Schwartz: (holding a clear bowl up to the electronic board) I have *shape!*
// period 4 analysis 2, doing a multivariable integral piety: which way do i the integration? piety: ... piety: that's technically correct grammar, right?
// period 4 analysis 2 schwartz: ...and all these elevators form... a tombstone. piety: wait, elevators going on tracks make a tombstone? are you trying to make a point about elevator safety? // a short time later schwartz: ...and adding all of these tombstones up, we get... schwartz: a volume. piety: a graveyard?
//Two masses and two springs problem Schwartz: What shall be call the first mass? Student 1: Mass 1! Student 2: Bob! Schwartz: (Points to Students) Ok, Your mom! //students are laughing and confused Student: How did you hear "your mom?" Student 2: I said Bob Student 1: I said mass 1 Schwartz: Oh, I probably combined those two and got "Your mom" //We then named the other mass "Sid" //So the rest of the springs and masses discussion contained quotes like: Schwartz: What is the mass of your mom? ... Schwartz: So we've got Sid attached to a spring attached to your mom attached to the wall with a spring! ... Schwartz: In what direction is the force experienced by your mom? ... Schwartz: When Sid is going in the positive direction, your mom wants to pull Sid back! //And of course, after the discussion, when Schwartz is erasing: Schwartz: We don't need your mom anymore!
Schwartz: When all you have is a hammer, it doesn't really matter if you have a nail or not. All you can do is hit things. Harrison: Sounds like robotics.