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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

## Multiple Choice Questions

**1. Where was the disastrous Secretary of the Navy's speech about neutralizing the Soviet threat made?**
**(a)** Arizona. **(b)** Illinois. **(c)** California. **(d)** Nebraska.

**2. What game is similar to volunteer's dilemma but is played by only two people?**
**(a)** Chicken. **(b)** Deadlock. **(c)** Bully. **(d)** Stag Hunt.

**3. In what year was von Neumann appointed Atomic Energy Commissioner?**
**(a)** 1953. **(b)** 1955. **(c)** 1947. **(d)** 1954.

**4. When did Robert Axelrod hold his game tournaments?**
**(a)** Mid-1950s. **(b)** Late 1970s. **(c)** Mid 1990s. **(d)** Early 1980s.

**5. Who first suggested nuclear warfare as a game of chicken?**
**(a)** Flood. **(b)** Russell. **(c)** Nash. **(d)** von Neumann.

**6. What General believed it was justified to use nuclear weapons in Korea to prevent a North Korean and Chinese victory?**
**(a)** MacArthur. **(b)** LeMay. **(c)** Eisenhower. **(d)** Pershing.

**7. Who developed SAGE?**
**(a)** Godel. **(b)** Nash. **(c)** von Neumann. **(d)** Hilbert.

**8. What strategy embodied some human psychology aspects according to Chapter 12?**
**(a)** Madman. **(b)** Backwards induction. **(c)** Minimax. **(d)** Tit-for-tat.

**9. What was the name of the Russian spy working in Britain that helped leak key nuclear information to help Russia become nuclear capable quicker?**
**(a)** David Hilbert. **(b)** Klaus Fuchs. **(c)** Kurt Godel. **(d)** Bela Kun.

**10. A study commissioned to find out how many bombs the U.S. had available reported that a total of 300 to 600 bombs were available in what year?**
**(a)** 1949. **(b)** 1950. **(c)** 1947. **(d)** 1965.

**11. In what field was game theory used to model evolutionary game theory?**
**(a)** Psychologyy. **(b)** Anthropology. **(c)** Sociology. **(d)** Biology.

**12. What is also know as a public goods game?**
**(a)** Stag Hunt. **(b)** Volunteer's Dilemma. **(c)** Prisoner's Dilemma. **(d)** Deadlock.

**13. Who came up with the game model centered around two hunters deciding what to hunt for the day?**
**(a)** Russell. **(b)** Rousseau. **(c)** Einstein. **(d)** Nash.

**14. Many began to see the presumptions of game theory as callous and ___.**
**(a)** Irrational. **(b)** Unthinkable. **(c)** Inhumane. **(d)** Unrealistic.

**15. How long did von Neumann take to do calculations for a project which he thought he would need a digital computer to complete?**
**(a)** 5 months. **(b)** 3 months. **(c)** 12 months. **(d)** 6 months.

## Short Answer Questions

**1.** After WWI what did the U.S. push to develop in the hopes of gaining an edge over the Soviet Union?

**2.** If neither person swerves in a game of chicken what happens?

**3.** Who appointed von Neumann Atomic Energy Commissioner?

**4.** What could SAGE detect?

**5.** In Stag Hunt how many people are needed to hunt stag?

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