# What Do You Know About Combinatorics

10 Questions | Total Attempts: 32  Settings  From time immemorial, the need to count for a definite results, to find out how many things are needed for what and how many will be needed, mathematics helps out a lot to determine all this, take this quiz and see how well you know this branch of mathematics

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• 1.
The need to count and analyze for a definite result has always been one of the needs of the human race, application of combinatorics range from?
• A.

Computer science

• B.

Statistical Physics

• C.

Logic

• D.

All of the above

• 2.
A universal definition of combinatorics have not been agreed upon yet, as the subject cut across so many mathematical subdivisions, a definite definition has not been given, who said this?
• A.

Jon Bellion

• B.

H. J. Ryser

• C.

Albert Einstein

• D.

Isaac Newton

• 3.
Combinatorics is a range of linked studies which have something in common and yet diverge widely in their objectives, this was said by?
• A.

Leon Mirsky

• B.

Waldo Emerson

• C.

Blaise Pascal

• D.

Leo Malt

• 4.
Combinatorics is majorly known for the vast problems it tackles, its problems arise in many areas of pure mathematics such as?
• A.

Algebra

• B.

Probability theory

• C.

Geometry

• D.

All of the above

• 5.
The twentieth century has seen powerful and general theoretical methods developed, making combinatorics into an independent branch of mathematics in its own right, the most accessible part of combinatorics is?
• A.

Flip Flop

• B.

Digital electronics

• C.

Graph theory

• D.

Game theory

• 6.
Different professional is referred to based on their field, a person that studies botany is regarded after certification as a botanist, a mathematician that studies combinatorics is referred to as?
• A.

Combinatronist

• B.

Combinatorialist

• C.

Combinatrons

• D.

Combinatorist

• 7.
Combinatorics application in the field of mathematics crosses several subjects from login, statistical physics, and computer science, combinatorics is used to obtain formulas and estimates in the analysis of?
• A.

Algorithm

• B.

Application

• C.

Code

• D.

Program

• 8.
During the Renaissance, combinatorics became foundational in the emerging field together with mathematics and sciences, this is as a result of the work by?
• A.

Blaise Pascal

• B.

Isaac Newton

• C.

Bernoulli

• D.

All of the above

• 9.
Combinatorics enjoyed a rapid growth in a certain century which led to the establishment of dozens of new journals and conferences on the subject, that century is?
• A.

16th

• B.

19th

• C.

20th

• D.

18th

• 10.
Combinatorics spans across many mathematical subjects and fields which are vast on their own, all these are combinatorics subject field except?
• A.

Oncologist theory

• B.

Design theory

• C.

Graph theory

• D.

Partition theory