10 Questions

Questions and Answers

- 1.What makes magic hyperbeams different from magic hypercubes?
- A.
The orders along each direction cannot be the same

- B.
The orders along each direction may be different

- C.
It is involved for only circular dimensions

- D.
The orders are in a triangular shape

- 2.What is the unique feature of magic hyperbeams?
- A.
It generalizes the one dimensional magic rectangle and one dimensional magic beam

- B.
It generalizes the two dimensional magic rectangle and the three dimensional magic beam

- C.
The magic hyperbeam only moves in two dimensions

- D.
The two dimensional magic triangle meets with the three dimension square

- 3.Which of the following depicts special notation positions in magic hperbeams?
- A.
[ ki; k=[0..n-1]; i=[0..mk-1] ]:

- B.
[ ki; k=[0..n-2]; i=[0..mk-1] ]:

- C.
[ ki; k=[0..n-1]; i=[0..mk+1] ]:

- D.
[ ki; k=[0..n+1]; i=[0..mk-1] ]:

- 4.When the orders are not relatively prime, what is the n-agonal sum restricted to?
- A.
S = lcm(mi ; i = 0..n-1) (j=0∏n-1mj - 1) / 2

- B.
S = lcm(mi ; i = 0..n-1) (j=0∏n-2mj - 1) / 2

- C.
S = lcm(mi ; i = 0..n-2) (j=0∏n-1mj - 1) / 2

- D.
S = lcm(mi ; i = 0..n-1) (j=0∏n-1mj - 1) / 2

- 5.What does the term dimension denote in a magic hyperbeam?
- A.
The amount of movements within a hyperbeam

- B.
The amount of orders within a hyperbeam

- C.
The amount of directions within a hyperbeam

- D.
The amount of notations within a hyperbeam

- 6.When any of the orders m is even in a magic hyperbeam, what does the product become?
- A.
Odd

- B.
Even

- C.
Parallel

- D.
Perpendicular

- 7.Which letter denotation is used to represent dimensions used in magic hyperbeams?
- A.
A

- B.
H

- C.
N

- D.
L

- 8.Which of the following gives the formula for basic multiplications in the hyperbeam?
- A.
NB * nB : n[i] = n[ [[i \ m]]∏n-2m] + [i % m]]

- B.
NB * nB : n[i] = n[ [[i \ m]]∏n-3m] + [i % m]]

- C.
NB * nB : n[i] = n[ [[i \ m]]∏n-5m] + [i % m]]

- D.
nB * nB : n[i] = n[ [[i \ m]]∏n-1m] + [i % m]]

- 9.When dealing with magic hyperbeams, the exception of m=1 allows for general identities. Which of these is an example of such identities?
- A.
Nt = N * N +1

- B.
Nt = N * N -1

- C.
Nt = N * N+2

- D.
Nt = N * N

- 10.What is the term transpose used to indicate in magic hyperbeams?
- A.
Two dimensional matrices

- B.
Three dimension matrices

- C.
Two dimensional matrices and three dimensional rectangles

- D.
Three dimensional rectangles