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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. At what game does Nikola Tesla become skilled?
2. Why are balloons ordered?
(a) To anchor the equipment.
(b) To celebrate the completion of an experiment.
(c) To hoist stationary antennae into the air.
(d) For the enjoyment of local children.
3. How does Nikola Tesla sometimes feel because he has not married?
4. What major German invention in 1896 is most likely predated by Nikola Tesla's version?
(a) The vacuum tube.
(b) The x-ray.
(c) The fluorescent light bulb.
(d) The radio.
5. How does George Scherff feel about Nikola Tesla?
(a) He feels sorry for him.
(b) He feels nothing for him.
(c) He detests him.
(d) He worships him.
6. With what planet does Nikola Tesla say communication can be made?
7. In what year does the Tesla Electric Company open?
8. What does Nikola Tesla demonstrate with thousands of high-frequency volts running through his body?
(b) A working model of the incandescent sun.
(c) The light on Mars.
(d) A fluorescent light bulb.
9. What type of electrical service does Thomas Edison supply to people?
(a) Direct current.
(b) Indirect current.
(c) Hydroelectric current.
(d) Alternating current.
10. Where does Charles Batchelor encourage Nikola Tesla to go?
(a) To Munich.
(b) To London.
(c) To America.
(d) To Paris.
11. What does Nikola Tesla do to the oscillator?
(a) Oils it.
(b) Smashes it.
(c) Turns it up.
(d) Turns it off.
12. What happens to Nikola Tesla's laboratory in 1895?
(a) It catches fire.
(b) It is raided by police.
(c) It is robbed.
(d) It is made larger.
13. In what year does Nikola Tesla go to work for Thomas Edison's subsidiary in Paris?
14. To what group does Nikola Tesla give a lecture about mechanical electrical oscillators on August 25, 1893?
(a) The International Congress.
(b) The Electrical Congress.
(c) The United States Congress.
(d) The engineers at the Chicago World's Fair.
15. How tall is Nikola Tesla in the year 1893?
(a) Six feet four inches.
(b) Six feet six inches.
(c) Five feet two inches.
(d) Six feet.
Short Answer Questions
1. When the vibration of heavy current surges through the primary coil, what phenomenon is the result?
2. In the early 1900s, from what illness does Nikola Tesla suffer?
3. What system of Nikola Tesla's invention allows alternating current to be delivered?
4. In what country is Nikola Tesla born?
5. What happens when Nikola Tesla visits an official in Washington to offer a robotic invention to the government?
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