# Codebreaker: The Life Of Alan Turing - Movie Questions - Part 2

10 Questions | Total Attempts: 90

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These questions are in chronological order and relate to the film Codebreaker: The life of Alan TuringThis second series of questions relate to the last 40 minutes of the film. https://www. Youtube. Com/watch? V=h2cNqfQiHQM

• 1.
Turing's basic idea was that if you are trying to decide if something is intelligent, it doesn't matter what is going on inside, all that matters is the input.
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 2.
If a machine can convince a judge that it's a human, then the machine should be considered "Intelligent". This is the Turing Test.
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 3.
The number of petals on most flowers is known as a _______________ number.
• A.

Prime

• B.

Odd

• C.

Fibonacci

• D.

Even

• 4.
Turing's theory of Morphogenesis describes:
• A.

How shapes and patterns appear in living beings

• B.

How caterpillars change into butterflies

• C.

Why leaves change colours

• D.

How human beings adapt to new places

• 5.
Turing's Morphogenesis paper described how these animals obtained their black & white dappling (spots).
• A.

Zebras

• B.

Cows

• C.

Pandas

• D.

Skunks

• 6.
What country did Turing especially enjoy while on holidays?
• A.

Norway

• B.

Sweden

• C.

Finland

• D.

Denmark

• 7.
Why were the police following Turing?
• A.

Because of his relationships

• B.

Because he was a major security risk

• C.

Because he could not be trusted

• D.

Because he had stolen some money

• 8.
In what month did Alan Turing join Franz Greenbaum on a day trip to Blackpool?
• A.

June 1952

• B.

March 1953

• C.

July 1955

• D.

May 1954

• 9.
Alan Turing had a pleasant and happy experience with a fortune teller in Blackpool?
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 10.
At the time of his death, Alan Turing was how old?
• A.

31

• B.

41

• C.

42

• D.

51