Chapter seven. New chapter raws are out every month here.
Saint PigeoNation Academy
Math teacher/button quail
The napping teacher who always wants to sleep
End-of-term finals are coming up soon.
Let’s review the triangle functions~
Mr. Nanaki’s lectures are easy to understand.
Coo! (And they’re kind lectures!)
And here, sin(180° - θ) = sin θ...
No matter how easy he is to understand, it’s always interrupted.
The infirmary is pretty empty today.
Dr. Iwamine is away too, so it’s nice and peaceful.
What is it, Mr. Nanaki!?
became really sleepy~
The beds are empty right now, so it’s fine.
But this really isn’t a place for you to nap, sir.
Button quails are
About 10 cm.
Compact-sized birds of the Phasianidae family that can fit in the palm of a person’s hand.
When compared to normal quails, they are about half as large.
(small) They aren’t much different from ten-yen coins.
Of course, the chicks are so tiny it’s like a joke.
By the way, the black pattern on their cheeks is characteristic of males.
I have it too~
The Chukar partridge, Iwamine Shuu.
May I provide a scenario?
Look at my artistic self!
The golden pheasant, Nishikikouji Tohri.
The button quail, Nanaki Kazuaki.
They’re all part of the same Phasianidae family.
Another name for the Chukar partridge is the Chukar quail.
Coo coo coo! (There are a lot of different kinds in the Phasianidae family!)
Did you know?
Even though Mr. Nanaki is like that, he’s famous in the world of Japanese mathematics.
Coo coo! (You can’t book a judge undercover!)
It’s “you can’t judge a book by its cover”!
(small) Pencils aren’t for eating!
[Okosan says “nou aru kata wa tsumeshougi”, literally “brainy shoulders play tsumeshogi,” where “tsumeshogi” is a shogi puzzle in which you try to figure out the moves which lead to checkmate. Hiyoko corrects him: “nou aru taka wa tsume wo kakusu”, or the idiomatic “talented falcons hide their talons.” Okosan uses the wrong “nou” -- for “brain” instead of “talent”; he switches the syllables of falcon, from “taka” into “kata,” making it into “shoulder”; and instead of “tsume” for claw/talon, he refers instead to tsumeshogi. I did my best to localize but unfortunately the bird reference got lost.]
But it’s true that Mr. Nanaki is a talented quail.
I wonder if he’s really just pretending to be so spacy...
I was overthinking it!
(small) Right now I’m
(small) in the middle of cleaning
Didn’t I tell you to please refrain from using the infirmary as a place to nap?
I nodded off on the stairs and rolled and rolled and...
Sir, your body shape makes it easy to roll, so shouldn’t you be more careful?
Pseudo-human form manga act.07
The Sage of Snuggie
All right, everyone, take your seats~
Class is starting~
What is that!?
It’s the binomial theorem~
What is a teacher doing, bringing a blanket to class!!
You fully intend to sleep!!
No, it’s a misunderstanding, Shirogane.
This isn’t a blanket for sleeping, but a Snuggie...
(small) It has sleeves, too~
That’s just semantics!
Coo coo coo! (It’s not fair if it’s only Mr. Nanaki! Okosan will also use a blanket!)
You’re setting a bad example, sir!
I’m a quail, so I’m weak to cold compared to you guys...
Don’t kid yourself!
If you allow yourself to be that lax, the quality of the lecture will suffer!
Can’t you wear warm socks and a stomach band?
That’s not enough~
Well, how about this...
Don’t go overboard!
Class:04 Adaptation and Evolution
Last week we started on the bird extermination plan “Operation Carneades.”
Wow, this is bad.
(board) Bird history
Adaptation and Evol
New theory of evolution
(rest is covered/illegible)
...we studied that part~
If you ask what happened with the frightening lethal bird virus that humanity made and released...
The short-term results were that, in a flash, countless birds spread across the world were killed.
At this time, we can only confirm based on the documents left behind by humans,
But it seems like this plan caused many bird species to go extinct.
However, it was then that the birds reached a huge turning point.
The surviving birds adapted to the virus and evolved.
By the way, these days we know all about the virus and the theory of evolution thanks to biology, so we’re careful to wash properly~
What happened to the birds who had a resistance to the virus?
I’ll explain that in the next lecture~