All students take Calculus. Doesn't mean all students pass Calculus.
Just because it's popular doesn't mean it's good. Case in point: Justin Bieber
(Referring to the final) This isn't mathematics, we don't look for ways to take off marks, like Oh! Why is the comma here? 1 mark off!
There's a new nanotechnology building being built next to Math, from what I understand nanotechnology is really small things, so why do they need a big building for it? Wouldn't a tool shed do the job?
Rock is dead... what does that even mean?! All I know is that a game of paper and scissors will be very boring!
Prof: You can call me Dr. T.
Student: Can we call you Mr. T?
Prof: That's why I was relieved when I got my PhD, people would stop calling me that!
Connectionless is like sending a letter. It shows up, I don't know when, especially with Canada Post.
Here are two silly examples. Silly pictures, rather. The examples are not silly.
The great thing about TCP/IP is that it works. That's about it.
If you need that many words in your definition, you really don't know what you're saying.
[writes on the board] Waterloo is beautiful.
[groans from the class]
It's not the content of this example that's important.
You're the guys who reported everything to mathNEWS last term. I should be careful.
Student: How formal must these demos be?
Prof: If you're not in a tuxedo, it's not a formal demo.
Prof: If you haven't learned not to take me seriously by now...
Prof: The receiver must be able to understand the signals you send.
Student: Can you tell that to those who are trying to send signals into space?
Prof: It's private money, so I don't care.
Grandma's not dead. She's just slow.
How many people are on this planet? A little less than 7 billion. We'll say 10 billion because it's easier math.
Apparently, even China is outsourcing. What are we going to do when there are no cheap places anymore?
I invented a new data structure today: FoxNewsTrees, they claim to be fair and balanced, but are actually heavily weighted to the right side.
Godfrey, CS 136