1)
In which interval does your age fall into?
(This question doesn't have score)

(0,18]
(18, 24]
(24, 30]
(30, 40]
(40,60]
(60, 150]

2)
What is your gender?
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Male
Female

3)
How much do you like mathematics?

I don't like it.
It's interesting.
I'm passionate about it.
I love it!
It's my life and identity.

4)

5)
What does your job have to do with mathematics?

It's not related.
It has some needs from mathematics.
Math is very crucial to it.
IT IS MATHEMATICS!

6)
What does your future job have to do with mathematics?

It's not related.
It has some needs from mathematics.
Math is very crucial to it.
It's going be applied mathematics.
It's going to be pure mathematics.

7)

Who is the man in the picture?

Leonhard Euler
Carl Friedrich Gauss
Michael Atiyah
Blaise Pascal

8)

Who is the woman in the picture?

Emmy Noether
Marie Curie
Karen Uhlenbeck
Katherine Johnson

9)

What did he achieve as a mathematician?

Nobel prize in mathematics
Fields prize
Abel prize
He's not a mathematician!

10)
How many answers does this equation have?
(real or otherwise)
x^3 + 1 = 0

nothing
one
three
infinite

11)
Rational numbers are a dense subset of real numbers.

False.
True.
Honestly I can't remember.
I don't know the concept.

12)
What is the field of Group theory about?

It is the advanced works in the area of geometry.
It's a concept in set theory.
It's basically about algorithms and their applications.
A tiny part of it is what is know as algebra.

13)
Derivative enters a bar, threatens to injure all the functions. Exponential function comes forward to confront it. Why isn't exponential scared?

God, how do i know!
Beause it's indefinte integral will be an exponential function.
Because it's not differentiable.
Because it's derivite will be the same as itself.

14)

What is the object in the picture called?

Deformed band
Pascal tape
Möbius strip
Einstein tape

15)

What is the object in the picture called?

Klein bottle
Continuous teapot
Bertrand complex
Hypershape

16)
We want to choose six students from a class of ten, then put four of them on a table in circle. How many are the possible ways?
(You are free to use calculator)

1260
18900
75600
17500

17)
Do you normally talk math with people?

Nope.
Only school/work related stuff.
Occasionally I talk about some fun mathematical subjects with friends.
Hell yeah! I explain and discuss math with different people and I love to express my thoughts in mathematical terms.

18)
What is your view about mathematics?

It's about calculating stuff.
It's about fun puzzles and solving problems in creative ways.
It's more of tool to gain presice results in different fields.
It's the nature's language. The most presice science to discover our surrounding world.
It's an art. It's like painting a canvas and has the purest from of beauty.