// Writing in the empty space surrounding a difficult trigonometric equation [Underlined] TWO WAYS :O Anarchy! Why? EVIL MWAHAHAHA
//9-19-16 was International Speak Like a Pirate Day. //An ARRRRRR joke was just made while Rose is graphing the inverse trig functions. //Mr. Hammond walks in a few moments later. Rose: Arrrrrr! A pirrrrrate's favorite graph is the arrrrrctan and arrrrrc cotan! Hammond: Arrrrrr! Well actually it's probably a parabola because when people walk off the plank they jump in an arrrrrc. Rose: We should really have been on infoflow. Hammond: Oh yeah. What is a pirate's favorite element? Class: Arrrrr-gon! Hammond: No, it's gold, you fools! Pirrrrrates don't know anything about the noble gases! You guys arrrrr all scallywags!
//Precalc with Giles. Learning about sinusoidal graphs. Giles: I'm going to say a bad word now. [Pauses dramatically.] //The class holds its breath. Giles: Degrees.
//Hyperbolic Trig-(ch) Stein: So you need to call me Mr. Stein-ch. Sachin is Sachin-ch. Avikar: What if your name is Daboom? Stein: Then you'd be Daboom-ch.
Mr. Giles: I don't want you eating donuts consecutively for three hours because I think you might, um, die, but, anyway....
Mr: Stein: We should have an integration pep rally. They'd run out with posters with different integration techniques, like u substitution, and people would clap politely. And then when they brought out trig substitutions, everyone would go wild.
Rose: Okay, let's get ready for the trig speed quiz. Prashan, how many practice quizzes did you do? Prashan: Um, like one? Rose: Yeah, you're gunna fail.
We've done this five times, but we're just gonna keep on doing it. ~Mr. Rose on proving trig identities
Mr. Stein makes songs to help remember these identities... you can ask an upperclassman what the songs are, just don't sing them in my classroom. ~Mr. Rose