Euclid
 1. Who is considered the 'Father of Geometry'?A) ArchimedesB) EuclidC) PythagorasD) Aristotle2. Which work is Euclid best known for?A) The PrinceB) ElementsC) The IliadD) The Republic3. What are the five fundamental axioms in Euclidean geometry called?A) Euler's FormulasB) Pythagorean TheoremsC) Newton's LawsD) Euclid's Postulates4. Which of Euclid's propositions eventually leads to the proof of the Pythagorean theorem?A) Proposition 47B) Proposition 16C) Proposition 25D) Proposition 345. What geometric concept is defined as a straight line segment with its endpoints extended indefinitely?A) LineB) AngleC) Line SegmentD) Ray6. What is the sum of the angles in a triangle according to Euclidean geometry?A) 360 degreesB) 270 degreesC) 90 degreesD) 180 degrees7. Euclid's Elements consists of how many books?A) 15B) 13C) 9D) 178. What was the common measure used by Euclid to compare the sizes of geometric figures?A) CircumferenceB) PerimeterC) VolumeD) Area9. Euclid's Elements has had a significant impact on which branch of mathematics?A) CalculusB) TopologyC) GeometryD) Statistics10. Which Greek city is believed to be Euclid's birthplace?A) AlexandriaB) AthensC) SpartaD) Corinth
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