Quiz: Hippocrates' Quadrature of the Lune to The Extraordinary Sums of Leonhard Euler
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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
Directions: Circle the correct answer.
1. What was true about Hippocrates's proof?
a) It was fairly easy and simple.
b) The proof was easy if their was advanced technology available.
c) The proof was exceedingly difficult and not understood at the time.
d) It was useful for circles.
2. Which of the following was NOT a field in which Isaac Newton made enormous advances?
3. What is true about prime numbers?
a) Prime numbers can not exist in a finite series.
b) Prime numbers can never be an odd number.
c) That for every group of prime numbers, there exists at least one more prime.
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