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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Newton introduce in his ideas?
(a) The idea of a force needed to overcome inertia.
(b) The idea of charged ions creating force fields.
(c) The idea that gravity is responding to invisible ley lines.
(d) The concept of mass.
2. With what is this section primarily concerned?
(a) Why Jewish people are model citizens.
(b) How science and religion can co-exist.
(c) Einstein's scientific theories.
(d) Why Jewish people tend to be good scientists.
3. Neither intelligence nor institutions can substitute for what?
(a) A life that is safe.
(b) Military aid to save the Jews.
(c) Understanding, justice, and willingness to help others.
(d) A new homeland for the Jews.
4. What happens if there are no general laws?
(a) Epirical facts lack value.
(b) The masses will not understand the specifics.
(c) Specifics are inaccurate.
(d) The deductions are useless.
5. What is one thing Einstein says Jews must do?
(a) Treat the Arabs as equals.
(b) Learn to accept differences among those already in Palestine.
(c) Gain revenge on those who have murdered them.
(d) Gain self respect.
6. What is the goal of the Jewish people in Palestine?
(a) To relocate the Arabs to other Arab nations.
(b) To restore Jewish tradition and to live side-by-side with the Arabs.
(c) To find a place to establish Israel that is not so disruptive to the Arab peoples.
(d) To have a joint government with the Arabs in Palestine.
7. To whom do the scientific academies declare their loyalties?
(a) The truth.
(b) Scientific principles.
(c) The State.
(d) Impartial research.
8. What does the theory of relativity resemble?
(a) A two-story building.
(b) A circle.
(c) A question and answer format.
(d) A helix.
9. How does Einstein characterize the first ten years of the Jewish presence in Palestine?
(a) As a dismal failure.
(b) As exceeding all expectations.
(c) As grueling and discouraging.
(d) As about what expected.
10. How would you characterize Einstein's beliefs in this section of the book?
(d) Strong and unwavering.
11. For what must general laws be valid?
(a) For other related general laws.
(b) For collorary specifics.
(c) Only for observable phenomenon.
(d) For all natural phenomena.
12. Where is the "A Reply to the Invitation to Participate in a Meeting against Anti-Semitism" being held?
13. What does truth applied to science or religion convey?
(a) A higher truth.
(b) That there is no truth.
(c) Nothing clear.
(d) A lesser truth.
14. When does Einstein get in touch with his Jewish heritage?
(a) He does from an early age.
(b) He never really does.
(c) After attending Jewish seminary.
(d) After going to Germany.
15. What do the academies demand of Einstein?
(a) That he forfeits his pay and retirement.
(b) That he says something good about the German people to the rest of the world.
(c) That he gives them reserach he conducted for them.
(d) That he not work for any other country.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Einstein's response to the demands of the academies?
2. What does Germany use to justify atrocities against the Jews?
3. How does Einstein characterize the newly-formed State of Israel?
4. According to Einstein, what must Jews continue to do?
5. What is the starting point for the concept of space?
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