Hello again and welcome to AP Calculus. Our previous narrator is not appearing and currently we have no idea of his whereabouts, any tips or sightings would be helpful but that's besides the point, the point is that I will be taking over the narratorial duties of him.
As he stated last Sunday, the contestants did indeed have a test that many people felt like they did well on and moved on from the topics of curve sketching and mean values to more devilish ideas such as optimization.
Now optimization is one of the processes in which calculus is useful as we use advanced algebraic manipulations to find out solutions such as the most optimal size of an oil canister to maximizing rectangles. But the only downside, it is very difficult to see and observe and as such takes a very long time to do and often incorrectly done.
And of course, as boring as it may be. That is all our contestants did under the watchful eye of Cresswell. But by the end of the week he found them suitably ready for a quiz over it, sadly they were not so Mr Cresswell simply had to extend the test time to the next monday. Of course you cannot blame the students, these concepts they are discussing are very hard.
And that's it for this weeks edition of AP calculus, tune in next time for a more exciting episode
Wow has this first week been exciting. These contestants, straight off of both the joy of Thanksgiving and the stress of exams. Are getting right back to the grindstone learning more and more about this mysterious concept of of the bindings between not only F(x) and its derivative, but also the surprise connections to the second derivative too through an activity that proved to be brutal and uncompletable for some of our varied contestants.
That was just the first day though, for on the second day Mr. Cresswell took pity on the students and threw them a bone at going over the previous assignment with them. This was kind of Mr. Cresswell before giving them an assignment that tested their endurance on the subject and sent them off to complete what he felt they must, with the promise of more time tomorrow and a relieving activity
Of course Cresswell was true to his word and he gave the students time to work on the day of Wednesday with only a smaller activity of attempting to find out if a curve sketch was true or false. But therein comes the question of what will happen when this show is done as is my job as a narrator, I will have no purpose. With no purpose how can I survive, why do I exist if I do nothing, if I even exist. Where does my existence lie.
Oh, sorry, I promised myself no more existential monologues on camera after it pushed some of the original fans away. Just as I push all of my problems away into alcohol and indescribably horrific acts of hedonism and senseless anger, it's the only escape for me for I don't want to remember, my end is near. The end of my reason, my purpose, my existence..
Crap sorry again, let’s move onto the next day thursday. Now on Thursday our contestants have been moved into not just reading graphs, but creating them themselves from functions. There is no point, anymore. Why am I even narrating, why does it matter, I won’t even be able to enjoy it at all later. I might as well just get this all over with. On Friday they just did more practice on curve sketching and were told they would have a quiz on the next Monday let me go home now I need to cry *drops mic and sprints off*
Well we gotta hit the ground running would be the best way to describe. We’re back yet again for another season of AP Calculus with our host Mr. Zachery Cresswell. Now while in last season had some exciting moments and we have had to disqualify a few contestents. Who will fail next, who will crack under the pressure, and will we find out the meaning of life. We don’t know any of that, but you viewers can if you tune in every sunday at 9 PM Eastern Pacific time to listen to a beautiful narration of this breathtaking spectacle with this imaginary wonderful voice that doesn’t actually have a voice because I’m just text on a screen...
Wow...that thought is frankly very horrifying. Do I really exist? Is this narrator nothing, or maybe this narrator is everything as every person has a different view, a different reality of who this narrator is, but who am I to myself as voice, what is my meaning…
Anywho, while I face these existential problems, I’ll leave you to end this ad and move onto the greener pastures and excitement of AP CALCULUS