Euclid

- 1. Who is considered the 'Father of Geometry'?
A) Archimedes B) Euclid C) Pythagoras D) Aristotle - 2. Which work is Euclid best known for?
A) The Prince B) Elements C) The Iliad D) The Republic - 3. What are the five fundamental axioms in Euclidean geometry called?
A) Euler's Formulas B) Pythagorean Theorems C) Newton's Laws D) Euclid's Postulates - 4. Which of Euclid's propositions eventually leads to the proof of the Pythagorean theorem?
A) Proposition 47 B) Proposition 16 C) Proposition 25 D) Proposition 34 - 5. What geometric concept is defined as a straight line segment with its endpoints extended indefinitely?
A) Line B) Angle C) Line Segment D) Ray - 6. What is the sum of the angles in a triangle according to Euclidean geometry?
A) 360 degrees B) 270 degrees C) 90 degrees D) 180 degrees - 7. Euclid's Elements consists of how many books?
A) 15 B) 13 C) 9 D) 17 - 8. What was the common measure used by Euclid to compare the sizes of geometric figures?
A) Circumference B) Perimeter C) Volume D) Area - 9. Euclid's Elements has had a significant impact on which branch of mathematics?
A) Calculus B) Topology C) Geometry D) Statistics - 10. Which Greek city is believed to be Euclid's birthplace?
A) Alexandria B) Athens C) Sparta D) Corinth |

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