Piper: Okay, so there's 87,000 students in here and none of you are talking? Student: We already finished discussing Piper: And when you discussed the answers, were all 87,000 of you talking, or just a few?
//Analysis 1A, Rose is trying to demonstrate something by plugging in a negative number and Stein walks in Rose: Hey Mr. Stein! What's the biggest negative number you can think of? Stein: *pauses* Stein: Negative nine hundred ninety-nine trillion, nine hundred ninety-nine billion, nine hundred ninety-nine million, nine hundred ninety-nine thousand, nine hundred ninety-nine Stein: *pauses again* Stein: Point nine nine nine Rose: *looks at Stein strangely* Rose: Alright... How about uh, something a bit smaller, like -1000? Stein: *disapprovingly* That's not very big
Pham: When I at college, I in pure math. Any idiot can study it. First day learn to write proof, every class after that the same. There no numbers, only 3 letters w, x, y, z, and I know them very well. I don't even know a, b, c.