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- 1.Where was Archimedes born?
- A.
Syracuse, Greece

- B.
Paris, France

- C.
Athens, Greece

- 2.Where did Archimedes die?
- A.
Cairo, Egypt. He was killed by a pharaoh.

- B.
Syracuse, Greece. He was killed by a Roman soldier.

- C.
Alexandria, Greece. A book fell on his head.

- 3.When did Archimedes discover buoyancy?
- A.
While swimming in a river.

- B.
While taking a bath.

- C.
While watching fish in the sea.

- 4.Which is NOT an example of one of his contributions?
- A.
Submarine

- B.
Hot Air Balloon

- C.
Airplane

- 5."The Archimedes Principle" states that:
- A.
An object has to be full of air to float.

- B.
When an object floats into the fluid, it displaces the fluids of its own weight.

- C.
There are object with magic powers that allow them to float.

- 6.Which equation can be used to find the buoyant force?
- A.
The apparent weight of the object = The original weight – the buoyant force exerted.

- B.
The buoyant force exerted = The original weight – the apparent weight of the object.

- C.
The original weight = The buoyant force exerted – the apparent weight of the object.

- 7.Fishes are examples of the Archimedes Principle.
- A.
True

- B.
False

- 8.Buoyancy is:
- A.
The weight of the fluid displaced by the object.

- B.
Another name for gravity.

- C.
A potion made by Dumbledore to help Harry remember his past.

- 9.Archimedes had his formal education in:
- A.
Alexandria, Egypt

- B.
Syracuse, Greece

- C.
London, England

- 10.The Archimedes's Claw was Archimedes's greatest invention.
- A.
True

- B.
False

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