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  • For starters, how many letters make up the Greek alphabet?

    • 24
    • 26
    • 28
  • What is the name of this letter Φ φ?

    • Pi
    • Fi
    • Eta
  • In mathematics, and sometimes in physics, which letter usually represents an angle:

    • Θ θ (theta)
    • Σ σ ς (sigma)
    • Ω ω (omega)
  • Greek letter symbol of Psychology and Psychiatry:

    • Ρ ρ (rho)
    • Ψ ψ (psi)
    • Υ υ (epsilon)
  • What is the last letter of the Greek alphabet?

    • Ζ ζ (dseta)
    • Δ δ (delta)
    • Ω ω (omega)
  • What is the name of this letter Κ κ?

    • Kappa
    • Cappa
    • All of the above.
  • In the Greek numbering system, what value does Λ λ (lambda) have?

    • 12
    • 30
    • 100
  • In economics, the lowercase letter pi (π) represents profit.

    • True
    • False
  • What is the name of this letter Υ υ?

    • Ni
    • Iota
    • Ypsilon
  • The capital letter sigma (Σ) is used as:

    • An inn in physics.
    • Variance in statistics.
    • Summation in mathematics.
  • In physics, what letter is used to denote angular acceleration?

    • μ (mi)
    • α (alpha)
    • β (beta)
  • In the Greek numbering system, what value does Τ τ (tau) have?

    • 19
    • 50
    • 300
  • The letter omicron (Ο ο) literally means “small O”.

    • True
    • False
  • What is the name of this letter Η η?

    • Eta
    • Dseta
    • Gamma
  • In dynamics, the coefficient of friction is denoted by the Greek letter:

    • μ (mi)
    • ε (epsilon)
    • λ (lambda)

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My name is Tamara. I define myself as a bookworm and that's where I spend most of my time. I'm a chemist, with a developing passion for languages. I speak three languages and I'm already going for the fourth. I currently live in Rome, Italy, and I declare myself profoundly in love with this city. You can write to me: send me an email

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