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1. In mathematics, what does 'x' usually represent?
2. Which example of 'x' being unknown is NOT mentioned by the presenter?
3. When did the presenter start learning Arabic?
6 weeks ago
6 months ago
6 days ago
6 years ago
4. According to the presenter, Arabic is a...
5. What does the presenter compare writing Arabic to?
Doing a dance
Singing a song
Crafting an equation
Painting a picture
6. Which of the following groups of people is NOT credited by the presenter for inventing much of "Western science"?
7. What is a rough translation of "al-jebra"?
The system for conspiring with dangerous countries
The system for recompiling computer programs
The system for inspiring different people
The system for reconciling disparate parts
8. In which European country did Arabic texts first arrive?
9. When did Arabic texts first arrive in Europe?
13th and 14th centuries
10th and 11th centuries
11th and 12th centuries
12th and 13th centuries
10. What caused significant problems to people who wanted to translate the documents into European languages?
Grammar of the Arabic language
Vocabulary of the Arabic language
Spelling of the Arabic language
Sounds of the Arabic language
11. What is the sound of the letter "sheen"?
12. What does "shalan" mean in English
13. What sound replaced the "sh" sound when the documents were translated into Spanish?
14. What symbol was the Greek letter Kai replaced with when the documents were translated into Latin?
15. In conclusion, why is "x" the "unknown"?
Because you can't say "X" in Spanish
Because you can't say "sh" in Spanish
Because Arabic cannot be easily translated
Because Latin is a world language
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