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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through The Extraordinary Sums of Leonhard Euler.

## Multiple Choice Questions

**1. Where did Euler study at the age of 20?**
**(a)** Oxford. **(b)** University of Moscow. **(c)** The Academy in St. Petersburg. **(d)** Cambrigde.

**2. What did Plato use his inspiration from Euclid for?**
**(a)** To create a new theorem of algebra. **(b)** To prove Euclid's number theory was incorrect. **(c)** To construct his theory on the shape of the Universe. **(d)** To classify geometric shapes by their complexity.

**3. What did Euler's sum surprisingly connect?**
**(a)** The squares of area and square roots. **(b)** The area of squares and the area of circles. **(c)** The circumference of a circle and right triangles. **(d)** The area under a curve.

**4. What were the main technique(s) that Euler used to find the sum of the series?**
**(a)** Trigonometry and basic algebra. **(b)** Quadratic sums, **(c)** Calculus methods. **(d)** Cubic equations.

**5. Exactly what limit is reached at a quartic equation?**
**(a)** The limit of algebra. **(b)** The limit of the decompressed cubic method. **(c)** The limit of the Pythagorean Theorem. **(d)** The limit of logical geometric proofs.

## Short Answer Questions

**1.** Who wrote a treatise that supposed that cubic equations may be impossible to solve?

**2.** What hindered Euler's work as he grew older?

**3.** Which of the following was NOT defined by Euclid?

**4.** What didn't Euler attempt?

**5.** Who was Neil's Abel?

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