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March 9, 2011, 8:11 p.m.

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Teacher: You know why Euler had so many kids? He lived in St. Petersburg... and St. Petersburg is cold. So what do you do when it's cold? You cuddle!



Feb. 10, 2011, 11:10 p.m.

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//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.



March 2, 2010, 6:26 p.m.

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//Discrete class is learning about the Bridges of Koenigsberg Mikey: This is like the most famous problem in graph theory. It was first studied by Leonhard Euler. You may have heard of him.