Below is Trivia Questions on Archimedes. He is undoubtedly one of the smartest mathematicians ever, and he credited for creating calculus thousands of years before calculus was invented. Thanks to his calculations, we can now enjoy ships and hot air balloons. Take up this exciting quiz and get to see just how much you know about this great mathematician.
Syracuse, Greece
Paris, France
Athens, Greece
Cairo, Egypt. He was killed by a pharaoh.
Syracuse, Greece. He was killed by a Roman soldier.
Alexandria, Greece. A book fell on his head.
While swimming in a river.
While taking a bath.
While watching fish in the sea.
Submarine
Hot Air Balloon
Airplane
An object has to be full of air to float.
When an object floats into the fluid, it displaces the fluids of its own weight.
There are object with magic powers that allow them to float.
The apparent weight of the object = The original weight – the buoyant force exerted.
The buoyant force exerted = The original weight – the apparent weight of the object.
The original weight = The buoyant force exerted – the apparent weight of the object.
True
False
The weight of the fluid displaced by the object.
Another name for gravity.
A potion made by Dumbledore to help Harry remember his past.
Alexandria, Egypt
Syracuse, Greece
London, England
True
False