Question 1: Where was the birth of mathematics as a science?
1. in primitive society;
2. Egypt and Babylonia;
3. in ancient Greece;
4 in Asia and the Arab world;
5. in ancient India.
Question 2: Which book is considered to be the first textbook of mathematics?
1. "Elements" of Euclid;
2. «Ars Magna» D. Cardano;
3. "Mathematical Principles of natural philosophy" of Newton;
4. "Arithmetic" Magnitsky LF;
5. "Calculation of grains" Archimedes.
Question 3. Which of the numbers is not valid?
Question 4. Which of the numbers is not rational?
5. all numbers are rational.
Question 5. For numbers a and b get true statements, if a = 3,2712821 ..., b = 2,272727 ...
1. a b;
2. a - an irrational number, b - a rational number;
3. a and b belong to the set of real numbers;
4 a and b are not imaginary numbers;
5. all the previous statements are true.
Question 1. How can formulate the main directions of mathematical research in the social sciences?
Research regarding the exact description of the functioning of social systems and their parts and study the influence of conscious action (control) on the functioning of social structures and social processes within;
Research in the field of economy;
Research in the field of linear programming;
Research in the field of non-linear programming;
Research in the field of cybernetics.
Question 2. What is the basis of the assumption of using the coefficient matrix of survival and fertility?
The assumption of the absence of war;
The assumption of the absence of natural disasters;
The assumption of the immutability of survival and birth rates;
The assumption of a homogeneous age structure;
The assumption that the termination of the epidemic in the considered time interval;
Question 3. How often advisable to solve the problem that occurs when the need to consider additional factors in a very large and complex economic model?
Take into account all the information in the model