And so, all good things must come to an end one way or another sadly enough. Tis the end of this half of the show, we must move on now. But for this weeks finale, we’re going to spice things up and talk to the underdog of the class to answer a few questions. Please welcome PATRICK RONANNN
Patrick: ”Nice to be here-”
Narrator: “No one cares about what you think we’re the ones asking the questions here now shut up and answer the questions!”
Narrator: “Aw did I hurt the little babies feelings, did the mean ol’ narrator guy make you not want to answer some simple <redacted> questions because he such a meanie head?”
Patrick: “No..I’m still gonna answer.”
Narrator: “Okay goodie, now for our first question, how do you feel about the fact that you’ve had as many days off in the past school week that you’ve had on?”
Patrick: “Well I think that it was nice to have the days off; but I also felt like it was ba-”
Narrator: “Hey stay on topic, moving onto the next question. What exactly did you do these pst two weeks, and don’t go off topic like you just did or you’re going off the air. Got it?”
Patrick: “Yeah I guess, so what happened was last Monday we started on the ideas of MRAM, LRAM, and RRAM and Cresswell told us that the storms probably wouldn’t be that bad and they would pass easily. But then the next 3 days were fraught with horrible weather that was absolutely undrivable and when school finally started back up, we just had nothing we could do but review and move on to the 2nd lesson of the section and that pretty much finished the week. The second week was better though, we only had two days off. But we had to deal with a quiz that week, but I actually did feel confident that it was bett-”
Narrator: “Kid, go <redacted> yourself you went off topic get out of here.”
Patrick: “Hey you <redacted> why don’t you go do what you said and <redacted> yourself!”
Narrator: “Kid get away from my neck stop stop stopppppp--!!!!”
We are so sorry we had to cut that interview short, but sadly there was a circuit break and we can’t reconnect. Have a nice night and we will move onto regularly scheduled programming.
Heyyyyyyyyy whatup thanks for tuning in for the next big episode of AP CALCULUSSSSSSSSSS. Now we're sorry but there have been multiple network errors and complaints for torture child labor and abuse and a whole string of other charges of worker safety violations, tax evasion, and jaywalking. But all of that's behind this show now and we're back on. Heck YEAH!
Now what happens is I’m just going to go through this week as calmly and smoothly as possible, although they definitely aren’t threatening to kill me if ratings aren’t as high as they would like them to be after this long mid-seasonal hiatus
Now to give you a quick rundown of the situation so far. Our young contestants had finished up optimization and started a concept known as related rates which is very very similar to optimization, but slightly easier. But sadly for our heroes, the break was not good enough for Mr. Cresswell told them of a foreboding vision, that they would have a unit test on the day of January 5th of 2017.
And so the time before that Cresswell prepared them giving them reviews and help and videos, but sadly the test day did have to come. And it was a very brutal and cruel extravaganza; as such, the students now lie in wait and suspense for the grades they receive on the test. WHo will pass? Who will fail? And will anyone ever like optimization and related rates? These are all questions that will be answered in time on AP CALCULUSSSSSS