Today is the thirteenth day of the sixth round of O.C.T.O.B.E.R. That makes one week and six days.
Green Bay/St. Norbert: 21 days
Minneapolis: 28 days
Lincoln: 71 days
Today’s post will combine pure math, poetry, and a photo into one probably terrible post that I will not be able to take full credit for. However, I have not seen the proof of said lemma prior to today.
Despite the name of this post, I have three claims.
(a) I am not Henry David Thoreau.
(b) I will not be spending a night in jail.
(c) GO ALONG! GO ALONG! GO ALONG! (though I am not full of contempt right now.)
Today, I am grading my Calculus I first exam (there was also a zeroth exam–the gateway). I’m noticing something nice–people are doing MUCH better on this exam than they did on the gateway, and sometimes even on the first homework assignment!
It’s told me quite a bit about how exams should go from here on out.
I was listening to my music while grading (yes, I guess grading means I have to Face the Music…) and something interesting came up.