Rose: We're trying to see who the frogs have sex with
Rose: Let's not go straight for the sex on day one of graph theory Rose: Let's wait for day two Rose: How about we talk about something more pleasant, like COVID
Rose: What are they? Rose: Boxes Rose: What's going in them? Rose: Weasel Lunch
//Talking about 8th grade triangle congruence Rose: “It's not true that if you love someone they will love you back, uhHHHH... love doesn't have the transitive property."
Rose: You don't have to be a genius to take this class. Rose: But... Rose: It helps.
Lidz: discrete math is better than curing cancer.
//9th discrete Rose: do you guys think of yourselves as adults? *nobody raises their hands* Rose: This generation is so... When I was your age, I was all like (angry face) 'I don't need you! I'm tall, I know all the math facts, I can go rock climbing..."
//9th discrete Rose: You know, I tried to get this class designated as a health credit because we talk about our feelings so much.
//9th discrete Rose: Theme of the day: EVERYONE IS GOING TO DIE.
//9th discrete Rose: So we have three sizes of pizza, there are 7 different toppings, and we can have as many toppings as we want. How many different pizzas can we make? *Stein happens to be in the room and comes up to the board and starts doing the problem* Stein: so you have 7 choose 1, that's 7, and for 7 choose 2... But then you get to like 7 choose 5 and I can't do that. Rose: You don't have to, we just leave it like that, the numbers don't matter. Stein: tHe NuMbErS dOnT mAtTeR? I thought you were going to tell me how many pizzas I could order!!!