//Rose talking about the first dervivative in Curve Sketching and 2nd Derivative Test - Part 1 of 3 Rose: Sanders changes sign and now you too
//During Rose's Friday marathon AP Calc review, Pham interrupts. Pham: Why you here on Friday? Students: Because he's evil! He doesn't want us to have lives! Pham: No! It becah HE doesn't have a life! So he make you stay here wit him!
//Announcement comes on for the Breast Cancer assembly in the middle of checking calc hw Rachel Carruthers: Hey, who wants to go down? Giles (to girls in class): You guys don't have to go if you don't want to go. Rachel: What are _you_ doing, Mr. Giles? Giles: _I'm_ not going!!
//Giles is teaching Euler's Method for differential equations when Rose walks in //Giles is doing the whole thing out on the board. Rose: You should make a chart. Do you know how to make a chart? Giles: Yes, but I like teaching them to understand it first. Rose: It makes things so much simpler. //Giles keeps writing on board while Rose makes chart on paper Giles (to class): And that's the Euler's method. It's really annoying and we're never going to do it out like this ever again. Rose: And now you can make a chart. //class laughs Rose (pauses): Thanks, by the way. I never really understood how the Euler's Method worked. Giles: (!) You never understood how Euler's worked? Rose: Yeah. I always made a chart. It just made things simpler. Giles: ... //turns to board Giles (to class) : We're going to make a chart.
Rose: I was going to be early today except when I was walking out...I *stubbed* my toe. Class: LOL Rose: No, like I STUBBED my toe like no has ever stubbed their toes in the history of stubbing toes. -limps to board- Rose: In fact, I didn't even check it because it's probably just a bloody, gory mess down there. I need to get it amputated. -drops Calculus text by accident* Student: Watch out fr your toe. Rose: Don't worry, it's not there anymore.
Mr: Stein: We should have an integration pep rally. They'd run out with posters with different integration techniques, like u substitution, and people would clap politely. And then when they brought out trig substitutions, everyone would go wild.