//On Divergence Theorem, Schwartz has drawn a goldfish-esque surface on the whiteboard Schwartz: The surface that smiles back?
//Period 9 Multivar Schwartz: There's this soy bean drink neatly wrapped in a plastic bag that's been sitting here for a day now. I've heard someone call it a "Berkowitz Grenade".
//Schwartz's Multivar BFT. A map of Middle-Earth is drawn on the board. Schwartz: As you take the exam, we will be keeping track of the ring as it makes its way from the Shire to the Cracks of Doom. //later Schwartz: The ring is now at the Elven stronghold, Lorien. Take a break, and maybe eat some lembas. //later Schwartz: The ringbearer is now at the desolate wasteland known as the Plateau of Gorgoroth. You have about 6 minutes left, plus the usual 2 minute grace period. //later Schwartz: The ring has now fallen in to Mount Doom! Our journey has come to an end. But wait! There are eagles flying toward you! 2.5 minutes remaining.
// 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]?"*
//Multivar, doing problems Rohit: A wise man once said, if the bounds are expressions which are equal to a constant, then let u equal that expression. Ben: In The Art of War, Sun Tzu recommends an appropriate change of variables. //Schwartz walks over Schwartz: People think that The Art of War is about conflict. But actually, The Art of War is about a change of variables with a w sub as the radius.
// Period 2 Analysis 1 Schwartz: A rose by any other name... Schwartz: An integral by any other symbol... Schwartz: Take a moment to mourn for what Shakespeare could have been!
// 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*
//3rd Period Stat //Schwartz walks in. Schwartz: I didn't find any charts on the printer, but I found these CHA-A-A-A-A-ARTS!
// 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...
//In the middle of MathPhys Schafer: (to Schwartz) Why are you calling me? Schwartz: I was trying to close my apps, and I accidentally swiped something... Schafer: He swiped right on me.