Rose: You learned a lot of math this year! Some of you even learned everything you were supposed to! //later Rose: You should all be moderately proud of yourselves.
// Monday, January 14: Schwartz runs a snow day class for functions Assignment: ... justify each step! Jeffrey: *creates two-column construction for his solution* Phillip: What is this, an axiomatic proof? Schwartz: *sees solution* Schwartz: *inserts meme onto document: "Is this a [axiomatic proof]?"*
Student: I don't have a B in math anymore!! ...I have a D!
// January 2, Math Team meeting: Reynald and Kaz are giving a lecture about their SRP on hats Efe: *Eating a box of french fries* *Schwartz walks over* Schwartz: (points to a sculpture) WHAT’S THAT? Efe: *Turns to look* *Schwartz steals a handful of fries and stuffs them in his mouth*
// Functions Period 1: Schwartz is using his modular arithmetic method to pick students to ask questions to Schwartz: Pick two numbers between 1 and 5! Student: Seven! Student 2: Thirty-five! Schwartz: Seven and thirty-five... Schwartz: GOOD JOB, functions...
Stein: That's not how you spell Fruit Loops
//Rose talking about polyhedra and stops midway Rose: I'm like, really freaking hungry! Someone else: You didn't eat lunch?? Rose: No, I didn't eat my lunch! Does anyone have food they can spare? Will: I have peanut butter crackers. //Rose starts eating, tries to ask us what a Schaffli notation represents, but can't talk. He starts jumping up and down, trying to swallow his peanut butter cracker. Everyone else: What's that? We can't understand you. //Rose finally swallows part of cracker. Rose: Say cube, dammit!
//MBMT Guts round testing Chris: (really loudly) YOU DON'T NEED TO TAKE A DERIVATIVE!
// Discussing how batteries work Schafer: Pee in a jar, label it apple juice, set it aside.
Komo: If you have feelings, you shouldn't be on the Internet.