- 04/16/2019 at 3:34 am #501215EduGorillaKeymasterSelect Question Language :
Directions: For this question, select the best of the answer choices given.
John Nash, then barely 21, was certainly a genius to have come up with the first theory of nearly everything. ____________. Most scientific theories apply to just one particular area. But game theory, the subject Nash is best known for, applies to any situation involving a mix of competition and cooperation — corporate rivalry, political competition or Darwinian struggles. Nash’s thesis was just one of a spectacular series of problems that he solved before he turned 30 and the onset of delusions and hallucinations sapped his creative powers. In fact, most of the mathematicians I interviewed insisted that Nash’s contribution to game theory was the most "trivial" of his accomplishments.
Which of the following fit best in the blank left in the passage?
- Nobody could really understand his theory.
- It was the most spectacular theory that was ever written.
- Not even the best of brains could understand it, so difficult it was.
- That's no exaggeration, either.
- It was a very comprehensive theory, no doubt.
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