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QUIZ. Practice Quiz for roll taking. Provide the best answer from those shown. 1. A 5 th order magic square means: A) five -by-five matrix B) five-sided square C) five sided diagonals D) five total squares. 2. A 5 th order Markov chain means: A) emerge from five magic squares

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**Practice Quiz for roll taking.**• Provide the best answer from those shown.**1.**• A 5th order magic square means: • A) five-by-five matrix • B) five-sided square • C) five sided diagonals • D) five total squares**2.**• A 5th order Markov chain means: • A) emerge from five magic squares • B) emerge from five choices • C) emerge from five future decisions • D) emerge from five previous decisions**3.**• The third entry in a cope-event is: • A) ontime • B) pitch • C) duration • D) channel**4.**• The last entry in a cope-event is: • A) pitch • B) channel • C) loudness • D) ontime**5.**• Markov chains rely on: • A) probability • B) chaos • C) genetics • D) creativity**6.**• A state transition matrix is a: • A) matrix of probabilities • B) category of mutation • C) cellular automata • D) algorithm**7.**• Markov chains are a type of: • A) grammar • B) recombination • C) network • D) all of the above**8.**• Information is: • A) redundant information • B) a type of language • C) non-redundant information • D) pi**9.**• Information is: • A) a type of entropy • B) a type of grammar • C) an algorithm • D) a cellular automata**10.**• A major player in information theory: • A) Karl Simms • B) IannisXenakis • C) Claude Shannon • D) Tom Johnson**11.**• Algorithmic information theory involves: • A) redundant information • B) non-redundant information • C) information of all types • D) none of the above**12.**• DMAIT stands for: • A) David’s music algorithm internet theory • B) Dynamical music algorithm internet theory • C) Dynamic music algorithm involved theory • D) Dynamic music algorithmic information theory**13.**• Alena stands for: • A) artificial life evolving natural affinities • B) artificial life enveloping neutral access • C) artificial life evolving nature’s affinities • D) artificial loves evolving natural affinities**14.**• An allusion is a: • A) reference to something else • B) a plagiarism • C) reference to a simple pattern • D) all of the above**15.**• A complex adaptive system is a process of: • A) emergence • B) simple to complex • C) depends on initial conditions • D) all of the above**16.**• Music analysis is: • A) reduction, identification, structure • B) reduction, specification, structure • C) retention, identification, structure • D) evolution, ideas, structure**17.**• Music composition relies on: • A) ideas, form, development • B) structure, form, development • C) inspiration, notes, ideas • D) none of the above**18.**• Randomness only exists at the: • A) racetrack • B) weather • C) chaos • D) quantum level**19.**• 8,10,14,18 represent: • A) a sequence of numbers adding 4 • B) Fibonacci sequence • C) extension of pi • D) randomness**20.**• Pascal’s Triangle: • A) includes 2,4,8,16 ….. • B) includes 1,2,3,4,5 ….. • C) includes 2,3,5,8 ….. • D) All of the above**21.**• Mozart composed: • A) hundreds of compositions • B) thousands of compositions • C) millions of compositions • D) uncountable number of compositions**22.**• Mandelbrot is a: • A) physicist • B) mathematician • C) chemist • D) biologist**23.**• A number sequence involves: • A) addition • B) subtraction • C) listing numbers • D) pi**24.**• Pascal’s Triangle contains: • A) the prime numbers • B) only odd numbers • C) only even numbers • D) squared numbers**25.**• A prime number is: • A) divisible by itself and 1 • B) only divisible by itself and 1 • C) divisible by itself and 2 • D) none of the above

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