Rose: We have two minutes left, and I have a fourteen minute discussion for you.
//Discrete Math, discussing a K3,3 graph in terms of resources going to people's houses Rose: So, Sophia doesn't get any love because her love is blocked by Emmanuel's bacon pipe
//Advanced Geometry Jonah: So I still don't get the deep takeaway Rose: *thinks for a bit* Let's just ignore this deep takeaway for a bit //Jonah keeps asking, Rose calls Steven Rose: So what is the deep take away? Jonah: I'm confused Rose: Yeah, I agree with him that he's confused Reynald: That's a great way to say you're confused, Mr. Rose
Rose: I really don't understand that phenomenon. Joseph: Country roads? Rose: Let's not talk about it
Rose: It's not really a math class unless you run out of time awkwardly
Rose: I did not remember to post the test topics. But I did remember to change the background picture!
Rose: Does anyone else hear that high-pitched noise? //Silence Rose: Alright.... noises in my head
//Discrete Math Pd. 8 //Talking about graphs Rose: So basically you have simple graphs where friendships go both ways, but sometimes your graph aren't simple and you can have two edges between these two vertices because two people can have a regular friendship and a PG-13 After Hours friendship. //Later, talking about how an edge can connect a vertex to itself Rose: You can also have multiple friendships with yourself //Class laughs Rose: We're earning our health credit right here
//Advanced Geometry Rose: I used to teach at this school with average kids. They weren't as intelligent as you guys, but if I taught stuff correctly they would understand. I will never forget this girl who often came to math help-- sometimes she'd be alone with us 2 math teachers and say, "I'm intimidated by you two!" Anyway, one day during math help I was demo-ing this classic proof that these triangles are similar, so that I could practice for next class when we actually did it. After I finished she just looked at me and said in the most confused voice, "...wolf pack?" And I was just looking at her like "What?" It turns out that she had never seen the Greek letter alpha besides stuff from biology like "alpha male", so when I used it as an angle, it didn't make any sense to her. //later, Daniel presents an important lemma that Rose had already forgotten from last class Reynald: Mr. Rose, you know that "wolf pack" girl? That's how Daniel views you.
//sat day with kaluta discussing the moon and the tides //rose walks in and starts asking questions //gravity equation comes up Rose: And she brought up gravity, and the inverse square law... Kaluta: and that's what we're talking about in class, right, with the exponential effect... Rose: no, not exponential! Inverse square! Kaluta: but there's a square in the denominator, so that's your exponent... Rose: NO *class tries not to laugh* Rose: good.