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SectionQuiz1_07Ans - P203 Quiz#1 Fill out your name and...

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P203 – Quiz #1 Fill out your name and Clicker number in the blue bubble areas DO NOT fill out your ID number Write your name of this Quiz and hand it in also Use of a calculator is encouraged 1) By how many degrees would you have to rotate a square so that it would remain the same (a) 30 (b) 60 (c) 120 (d)* 90 (e) 45 2) What is the sum of the first 100 even numbers? (a) 5050 (b) 2550 (c)* 10100 (d) 10,000 (e) none of the above 3) One of the most notable quotes from Pythagoras is: "All is number" What did he mean by this? (a) In a square of side one unit, the length of the diagonal is 2. (b) The beauty of natural numbers exemplifies the purest mathematics. (c) There is no whole number ratio m/n which when multiplied by itself gives 2. (d) *The structure of nature is described in terms of numbers. 4) In our quest for the fundamental constituents of matter, what are the names for some of the substances that we understand today to be truly elementary? (a) hydrogen (b)* quarks and leptons (c) water (d) ether (e) proton.
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