//people are wearing halloween costumes to school Isaiah: I should get a piece of paper and write "Analysis Exam" on it. I'd be the scariest thing in the entire school, no doubt.
*Isaiah and Sameer are talking about the recent knowledge celebration* Stein: Diego is talking about his favorite breakfast while you two are off talking about your test. Stein: This is clearly more important.
Schwartz: So here we have a tank of some liquid. Class: Hydrochloric acid! Schwartz: What? Oh, this is a different kind of tank problem. We're trying to drain the tank here. Hadar: But what about the magical Stevens and Isaiahs? Schwartz: Oh. They'll be drained out too.
//Impromptu Math Talent Show //Hadar and Isaiah presenting about mappings Hadar: So, an example of a mapping: "Isaiah" goes to "Ying", "Hadar" goes to "Ernst" ... Hadar: "United States" goes to "of America", and "Schwartz" goes to "Jesus".
//Sean is holding a preserved cob of corn. Sean: It's rock solid! You could give somebody a concussion with this! Delaney: *begins to walk away* Isaiah: Let's try it, then! *picks up corn and takes aim at Sean*
Schwartz: Our glass sprinkles in hydrochloric acid are perfectly mixed thanks to the efforts of our magic Stevens and Isaiahs. Schwartz: Our glass sprinkles are a meter across and our tank is 1 light year across. You might want to check at 2am to see if the Stevens and Isaiahs are swimming. Schwartz: Swimmers are crazy, you guys wake up at 5am to go swimming. I did lifeguarding and it was a big city pool so I woke up at 6am. Schwartz: And there were like 4 people doing laps. Schwartz: Go home, let me get paid for sleeping! Schwartz: In the past, I've had grass in blood, tanks in tanks, and the particulate matter was fish tanks. Stein does feces in water.
Schwartz: I have a tank with an inflow and an outflow pipe. Give me a liquid. //Someone suggests hydrochloric acid. Schwartz: *draws HCl in the tank* Here's our tank of hydrochloric acid. Give me a particulate substance. //Class calls out suggestions and take a vote. Sprinkes and glass shards tie. Schwartz: We have a tie... So, it'll be glass sprinkles! Schwartz: Now give me an aquatic animal. //Another vote among suggestions is taken. Schwartz: I think I know which one is going to win... *"Steven Wang & Isaiah Ying" wins* (context: they both swim competitively) Schwartz: *draws human figures in the tank* Schwartz: These are magical Stevens and Isaiahs. They are not hurt by our hydrochloric acid or glass sprinkles, and they need not breathe. Their purpose is to constantly swim, perfectly mixing the glass sprinkles with the hydrochloric acid. Schwartz: This represents an everyday situation that we can use math to simulate!