1. At the opening of the book, what is the name of the street on which Einstein is walking?
(a) Mercer Street.
(b) Melbourne Street.
(c) MC Square.
(d) Munich Street.
2. On his walk at the opening of Chapter One, who does Einstein NOT greet?
(a) His boss.
(b) The postman.
(c) A young girl.
(d) Another professor.
3. Einstein's responses to the people he meets during the course of chapter one suggest what about his character?
(a) He knows he is smarter than everyone else, and goes out of his way to show it.
(b) He is known and respected by everyone, and doesn't think he's better than others.
(c) He thinks the other citizens are dumb and makes fun of them.
(d) No one knows who he is.
4. The reader learns that Einstein helps a girl understand a math question. How is she going to repay him for his help?
(a) Run errands for him.
(b) An ice cream cone.
(d) Clean his house.
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