Guy from Physics Department

Panel 1: (the mathematician in front of some paper on his desk) Man: Hello, I'm from the Physics department. We're the Physics department, that's why we're asking you to take this math diagnostic. Without it, you'd have no idea how qualified you'd be to take physics. Panel 2: The mathematician: The real math department never made all students waste an hour of their rex taking a trivial exam. Got any more bad ideas? Panel 3: Man: Actually, we do. You know how there's the analysis courses 18.100A and 18.100B? We've got a new suggestion for making learning fun. Panel 4: Man: Introducing… 18.100T! (the mathematician looking disappointed)

The real problem with TEAL was that Walter Lewin's old lectures were too good.

Guy from Physics Department

30 August 2007