//9th period computational methods //Peter is presenting on text analysis and giving some sample sentences Peter: I went to Rose's class and learned logic. I went to Stein's class and learned statistics. I went to Contreras' class and did icebreakers.
//During Computational Methods, referring to integral of sin(x)/x Pham: No need to use Taylor Series for this one. Ashu: Yeah, I tried it. It's not a pretty function. Pham: Of course. Why you try to use Taylor series? The function so ugly, you don't date that function.
//While teaching us to solve a system of equations in Java: Pham: So here we have one matrix. Then we use magic, now we have matrix with lots of zeroes! //later Pham: So guy, can we do this way? Viju: Yeah, sure. Pham: Ok. Viju: Whatever floats your boat, Mr. Pham Pham: No. //later still Pham: Here we have the pitfall of this method. Remember nobody perfect. *pause* Except Mr. Pham.