Schwartz: Definite and indefinite integrals are totally unrelated. Just like flammable and inflammable mean the opposite things.
//Pd. 6 Analysis 2 is discussing why it's not ok to simply switch the order of integration without changing the bounds Mr. Schwartz: "It's equivalent to the science problem of dimensional analysis. If you answer in Joules and the question asks for Newton-meters, then, that's just..." Class: "Uhhh" Mr. Schwartz: "...Umm, ok, pretend I never said that."
Rose: You stretch out the sigma, and it turns into this S-thingy. In fact, sigma is the Greek S. Then you make this delta into a d... Teddy: So you translated from Greek to English? Rose: Pretty much.
Student: Can I take a test in here? Schafer: In the back. //later Schafer: So what question are you on? Student: Um, 17? Schafer: I believe the answer is true. Student: The integral of-- Schafer: DEFINITELY TRUE.
//discussing double integrals in polar Teacher: Since I was really angry at my 5th pd, I told them it was ARRRR dRdθ. And I know *looks at Contreras* some idiot is gonna be in the middle of the test, see a problem, and say ARRRRRR dRdθ, and everyone's gonna remember it. Danderson: So guys, just remember Polar Pirates. Student: I think those were called Vikings... Rafael: So Vikings solve integrals now? Teacher: Well, they were certainly pirates. *begins discussing the Vikings*
Stein: I am a man of big ideas. That means I don't finish integrals
Stein: More people do integrals than play football. We have football pep rallies. Student: But do integrals involve violence? Stein: They could.