// Kirk took the functions kids out to the track for an experiment Kirk: The answers were wildy inaccurate. Schwartz: Good. As science should be!
Kirk, writing: If a lim (n -> inf) S_n does not exist then we say the series "S" *diverges* (and is trash 🗑️) // later, conclusions about a divergent series Kirk: It's not really a number. It's trash. It's not really useful to us. // later, conclusions about a different, more interesting divergent series Kirk: It's trash. ... It's beautiful trash; trash can be beautiful. // later, he calls another divergent series trash, draws trash can, then draws smiley face on trash can Kirk: And here's Grouch from Sesame Street. Kirk: Very bad version of Grouch from Sesame Street.
Kirk: We have ten sections to get through today ... if we don't, that's okay. Kirk: That's the beauty of Functions. There's just always more.
Kirk: We're gonna go through this pretty quick. Kirk: It doesn't require too much ... big brain.
Kirk: ... multiply by u Student: You're gonna multiply by *me*?
Kirk: If you're a square, you're probably positive
Kirk: I'm gonna oscillate! // later Kirk: I'm gonna go back and forth ... almost like a 1990s video game of skateboarding Kirk: ... where you have a 2D stick figure going back and forth on the thing ...
Kirk: I wonder if there's a parametric equation that can *draaaaww* Picasso's paintings Kirk: ... probably exists
// x = 2t - 1 // y = -3t - 2 // which one to solve? Kirk: I'm gonna do that with the first one Kirk: Because, I don't know, I'm just -- vibing with the first one
Kirk: r_1 is the principal root Kirk: Because positivity rocks! Kirk: We're learning life lessons in math class here