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    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?

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    1. Nobody could really understand his theory.
    2. It was the most spectacular theory that was ever written.
    3. Not even the best of brains could understand it, so difficult it was.
    4. That's no exaggeration, either.
    5. It was a very comprehensive theory, no doubt.
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