Magnification error: The mathematics professor in a two-hour lecture did not hear news abroad

Magnification error: The mathematics professor in a two-hour lecture did not hear news abroad

That moment when you realized your two hour lecture was totally ruined …

A math professor from Singapore just knew about the dangers of teleconferencing – this zoom key is now being recorded worldwide!

It seems that Professor Dong Wang of Singapore University has just started chatting and did not notice that the call was cut off shortly after the start of his lecture and that he had only seen it “frozen” by his audience. He spoke and spoke – and no one could hear him.

Wang can be seen compiling a video of the key near the end of the event. Call back and everyone asked, “Do you have any questions? Or can we end the session?”

Well, how do you kindly teach Professor Dong that he can hold his monologue again on the spot? His students explained to him, “We haven’t heard you since 6:08 pm.” When asked how long it could be heard, they replied, “Only for the first few minutes.”

The moment Dong Wang took all of his facial features off course. Humming, disgusting, panting in disbelief. But he has finally given in to his fate – and accepts the challenge: “Then I’ll have to follow the lesson at some point – sorry!”

You can watch the professor’s video of the very airy one above – try not to laugh!

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