//Advanced Geometry Rose: We can either have me or Steven teach pedal triangles. Who votes for Steven? //Rose raises his hand Rose: Who votes for me? //No one raises hand Rose: Okay let's try this again, who votes for Steven? //Everyone raises their hands including Rose Steven *glancing at the textbook*: Okay, so what do I need to teach?
//Advanced Geometry Rose: So last class Daniel Zhu explained this proof to me, which turns out to be really easy, but I didn't quite get it because I'm smallbrain.
//Adv Geo Rose: Okay, okay, I couldn't figure out this problem on the homework. I spent like hours on it. But I think I can do it now. Haydn: So basically you just extend... Steven *while Haydn speaks*: Wait wait wait, let him finish, he can figure it out. Reynald: Steven has become Mr. Rose, and Haydn has become Steven, and Mr. Rose is now the student
//talking about limits Rose: What happens when you divide two very very tiny things? Student: You get a number Rose: Something happens! But...and Valentina is shrugging suggestively, as if to say... *laughter* Rose: Not that kind of suggestive *more laughter* Rose: We'll have to edit this video
//Advanced Geometry Rose: So what makes a proof good? Nick: Correctness Rose: What else? Avik: So one of the good things about a good proof is that it should be concise, so that there are not any extra steps or unnecessary things in the proof that makes it harder to follow. Reynald (under his breath): Yeah, that applies to speech too
//constructing a proof for conics Rose: I'm learning a lot about myself this period. For example, I have learned that I actually do not like positive encouragement. Student: Not even constructive criticism?
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.
Rose: I haven't said a non-ironic positive thing in three years!
//9th period precalc Rose: Guys we’re getting really off task. Rose: By the way I’m really hungry does anyone have any like almonds or something?
//going over a quiz Rose: This is like a weird AA meeting. Rose: “Hello, my name is _____, I skipped steps, and I made algebra mistakes.”