// Someone mentions Isaac Newton Student 1: Ah, yes, the apple man. Student 2: Isn’t that Steve Jobs? Kirk: I bet I could convince a freshman that Steve Jobs invented calculus.
// Discussing Newton's method and approximation Alex L.: We can use the Taylor series! Schwartz: NO! NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! *Schwartz vaporizes Alex with laser beam eyes*
// Student, in Zoom's text-based communication You think this quarantine is boring? During the plague, Newton invented calculus. Do you have any idea how bored you have to be to invent calculus?!?
//talking about limits Rose: What happens when you divide two very very tiny things? Student: You get a number Rose: Something happens! But...and Valentina is shrugging suggestively, as if to say... *laughter* Rose: Not that kind of suggestive *more laughter* Rose: We'll have to edit this video
//at ARML after Steven used calculus to explain a problem Schwartz: This concept is taught in multivar... so I don't expect you to know it. And those who have taken multivar, I don't expect you to REMEMBER it.
//what the board in Schwartz's room says Board: Fair game for Functions Thursday Quiz: *some trig and algebra concepts* and triple integrals Ishaan: Woah I just got trolled by Mr. Schwartz. My life has just reached a low point.
Schafer: When you get a vicious cycle in life, what do you do? Students: ...? Schafer: Calculus!
// Pd.1 Functions class; people are chilling before a test. Daniel Zhu, an 8th grader from Takoma Park taking the class, is next to the bookshelf. Daniel Zhu: Ooh, calculus! // Daniel Zhu grabs a multivariable calculus textbook from the shelf and starts reading it. Rose walks by and sees him. Rose: Stop doing calculus. (takes a closer look) Multivariable calculus. You're in 8th grade.
//class is giggling weirdly for some reason Giles: I swear this room needs padded walls.