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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Inertia cause?
(a) A tendency to move faster once propeled.
(c) Circulation to be greatest just beyond the place of greatest curvature.
(d) A slow-down in electron movement the closer one is to the gravitation pull of the sun.
2. What do the academies not regret?
(a) Einstein's expulsion.
(b) Searching for the truth.
(c) The resignation of several key members.
(d) Einstein's resignation.
3. How does Einstein characterize the first ten years of the Jewish presence in Palestine?
(a) As grueling and discouraging.
(b) As a dismal failure.
(c) As exceeding all expectations.
(d) As about what expected.
4. What would be for better than for a Jewish state to be created?
(a) For Jews to be willing to live under Arab rule.
(b) For Jews to have their own state and government within many countries.
(c) For Jews to reassimilate peacefully into their homelands.
(d) For Jews and Arabs to live together peacefully.
5. What does Einstein say the German people used to believe?
(a) That God was just and treated all humans equally.
(b) The same ideals Einstein has worked for his entire life.
(c) That Europe was its friend.
(d) That the people held the power, not the leaders.
6. What guards Jews from social and psychological problems?
(a) A strong family life.
(b) A good education.
(c) Understanding of the Talmud.
(d) The ghetto.
7. According to Einstein, what must Jews strive to be?
(a) Benevolent guardians of both Jew and Arabs.
(b) Strong enough to withstand persecution.
(c) A beacon of light to an uncivilized world.
(d) Civilized Europeans and good citizens.
8. What is Einstein explaining in "A Reply to the Invitation to Participate in a Meeting against Anti-Semitism" ?
(a) His refusal to participate in a meeting against Anti-Semitism.
(b) His suggestion of changing the date and time of the meeting.
(c) His concern that there is a rally against Ant-Semitism.
(d) His rationale for why the Germans are doing what they are doing.
9. With what is Judaism concerned?
(a) Moral attitudes.
(b) The proper worship of God.
(c) The hope of the afterlife.
(d) The return of Jews to their homeland.
10. To whom do the scientific academies declare their loyalties?
(a) The State.
(b) Scientific principles.
(c) Impartial research.
(d) The truth.
11. What is the starting point for the concept of space?
(a) The alpha point.
(b) The interval.
(c) The omega point.
(d) The quark space.
12. What does Anti-Semitism means?
(a) Being against academic institutions.
(b) Prejudice towards Jewish People.
(c) Being for disarmament.
(d) Prejudice towards Semite people.
13. Neither intelligence nor institutions can substitute for what?
(a) Military aid to save the Jews.
(b) Understanding, justice, and willingness to help others.
(c) A new homeland for the Jews.
(d) A life that is safe.
14. To what does a fable about a shepherd boy, a horse, and a stag relate?
(a) To astrology.
(b) To Jesus, Jews and Hitler.
(c) To a nomadic way of life and astrology.
(d) To Germany, the Nazis, and the Jews.
15. What do friends and foes alike say the Jews represent?
(a) A race whose behaviors are hereditary.
(b) The ideal to which other peoples should strive.
(c) A group of people united by beliefs rather than genetics.
(d) A step forward in human evolution.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Einstein say is the greatest change in physics since Newton?
2. With what is this section primarily concerned?
3. What does the theory of relativity resemble?
4. In what decade does Einstein write "A Reply to the Invitation to Participate in a Meeting against Anti-Semitism" ?
5. What does the the "Riemannian curvature" do?
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