Schwartz: That file cabinet, I inherited from the health department, so it has labels for units of Health class. Schwartz: So I store my Analysis 2 materials in the Alcohol, Drugs, and Tobacco section.
// Schwartz holds up a glass bowl Schwartz: Hey look, a surface //Entire class erupts in thunderous applause Schwartz: You guys are weird
//multivar Leela: Feel the gentle embrace of socks on your feet Schwartz: Feel the gentle embrace of socks on your feet
//Period 4 Analysis II Leela: What are we doing today? Schwartz: The same thing we do every day, Pinky! We're trying to take over the woooooorld!!
//Analysis II pd 8, students are doing practice problems //As some students are doing problems and others are DoINg PrObLEmS, people talk more //crescendo //CRESCENDO Schwartz: Hey!! //fp Schwartz: You guys are too happy to be doing math, so be quieter. Here, do these annoying math problems (it's good for you)
//Solving for u_1 and u_2 in y_p = u_1(x)y_1 + u_2(x)y_2 Schwartz: "So, do you want to take the inverse of the Wronskien and then leftiply?" Antares: "No!, says the pig." Schwartz: "Good! The pig is smart!"
Schwartz: "You guys should all just do that next time. Just answer everything correct on my next test; it makes my job a lot easier."
//Pd. 6 Analysis 2 is discussing why it's not ok to simply switch the order of integration without changing the bounds Mr. Schwartz: "It's equivalent to the science problem of dimensional analysis. If you answer in Joules and the question asks for Newton-meters, then, that's just..." Class: "Uhhh" Mr. Schwartz: "...Umm, ok, pretend I never said that."