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- 1.What's a modular form?
- A.
It is a function on the upper half plane satisfying a certain kind of functional equation

- B.
It is an analytic function on the upper half plane satisfying a certain kind of functional equation

- C.
It is a function on the lower half plane satisfying a certain kind of functional equation

- D.
It is a function on the upper plane satisfying all kinds of functional equation

- 2.In which branch of mathematics can they be found?
- A.
Algebra

- B.
Geometry

- C.
Probabilities

- D.
Recreational mathematics

- 3.What is an integer?
- A.
It is numbers ranked between 10 and 9

- B.
It is numbers ranked between 1 and 9

- C.
It is a number that can be written without a fractional component

- D.
It is a number inferior to 100

- 4.What are the well-known examples of almost integers?
- A.
Logarithms

- B.
High powers of golden ratio.

- C.
Fractions

- D.
Cardinals

- 5.What's the particularity of a golden ratio?
- A.
It is that it is multiple of 5

- B.
It is that it is lower than 100

- C.
It's that it is a Piso-Vijayaraghavan number

- D.
It is that it is higher than 100

- 6.What is a Pisot-Vijayaraghavan number?
- A.
It is a real algebraic number greater than 10

- B.
It is a real algebraic number greater than 5

- C.
It is a real algebraic number greater than 1

- D.
It is a real algebraic number greater than 2

- 7.What ratios are known to make almost integers?
- A.
The ratios of Fibonacci

- B.
The ratios of Mancini

- C.
The ratios of Newton

- D.
The ratios of Einstein

- 8.From where did the ratios of Fibonacci originated from?
- A.
Italy

- B.
Indian mathematics

- C.
Chinese Algebra

- D.
Germany

- 9.What's an Eisenstein series?
- A.
They are numerical forms with infinite series

- B.
They are modular forms with infinite series

- C.
They are particular modular forms with infinite series

- D.
They are particular modular forms with limited series

- 10.What's a modular form?
- A.
It is a function on the upper half plane satisfying a certain kind of functional equation

- B.
It is an analytic function on the upper half plane satisfying a certain kind of functional equation

- C.
It is a function on the lower half plane satisfying a certain kind of functional equation

- D.
It is a function on the upper plane satisfying all kinds of functional equation

- 11.What is a mathematical coincidence?
- A.
It is one that occurs when 6 expressions show a near-equation which has no theoretical explanation

- B.
It is one that occurs when 3 expressions show an equation which has no theoretical explanation

- C.
It is one that occurs when 2 expressions show a near-equation which has no theoretical explanation

- D.
It is one that occurs when 4 expressions show a near-equation which has no theoretical explanation

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