Chapter 1, A Brief History of Relativity
1. What theories of relativity did Einstein advance?
(a) Normal and placid.
(b) General and perfect.
(c) Present perfect and past special.
(d) Special and general.
2. When was Einstein born?
3. Where did Einstein receive his degree?
(a) The Seattle School of Law.
(b) Simmons Seminary.
(c) Technical Teaching School.
(d) The Federal Polytechnic School.
4. How many articles did Einstein pen that rocketed him to the top of the scientific community?
5. What human conceptions did Einstein's papers change?
(a) Space, time, and reality.
(b) Time, ciphers, and values.
(c) Love, warp speed, and imaginary time.
(d) Morals, virtues, and predilections.
6. What did nineteenth century scientists believe space was pervaded by?
7. What did Einstein assume about scientific laws?
(a) Most laws need to be rewritten.
(b) Laws are never fallible.
(c) Laws should remain constant in the view of all observers.
(d) Laws are always fallible.
8. What did Einstein suggest concerning the speed of light?
(a) Light is dependent on time.
(b) Light is independent of time.
(c) Light is dependent on motion.
(d) Light is independent of motion.
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