This post was part of the Chalkdust 2016 Advent Calendar.
On the thirteenth day of December, Chalkdust gave to me… a super awesome personality quiz. For those of you who have always wondered which mathematician they were in their previous life (and for those who haven’t, but should) Chalkdust has the answer. Just answer a few carefully selected questions and find out for yourself!
Cover Picture Test – adapted from Flickr.com – Great Mathematicians by Andrew O’Brien, CC-BY 2.0;
1.adapted from public domain – Cauchy;
2.adapted from Flickr.com – Gauss by Adrián García Candel, CC-BY 2.0;
3. adapted from Flickr.com – alan-turing by CyberHades, CC-BY 2.0;
4.adapted from Flickr.com – Emmy Noether by Open Logic, Public Domain Mark 1.0;
5.adapted from Flickr.com – Vintage Ad #2,067: The Apple that Rocked the World by Jamie, CC-BY 2.0;
other pictures by Chalkdust]
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