# Test Principles of symmetry

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9.1. Asymmetry is:
A) the preservation of the common in objects or phenomena;
B) limiting the number of possible options;
B) a greater or lesser violation of the specularity of the mapping;
D) The same in the arrangement of parts.
9.2. What should be referred to the category of symmetry?
A) symmetry and asymmetry;
B) dissymmetry; B) antisymmetry;
D) all of the above.
9.3. What is characteristic of symmetry?
A) homogeneity, proportionality, harmony;
B) heterogeneity, chaos, proportionality;
C) proportionality, harmony, heterogeneity, despotism;
D) incompleteness, chaos, homogeneity.
9.4. Why can we consider space and time as objective?
A) they exist outside and independently of the human consciousness;
B) they are estimated by a person;
B) they have no definite meaning;
D) because of the three-dimensionality of space.
9.5. What is the meaning of the Weil principle?
A) physical laws should not depend on the scale of the length chosen in space;
B) physical laws should not change their appearance when replacing one scale with another;
B) the physical laws depend on the scale of the length chosen in space; D) physical laws change their appearance when replacing one scale with another;
9.6. The notion of gauge symmetry associated with scale transformations was introduced:
A.) E.Enstein; B. G. Weyl
C.) S. Hawking; D) L. Gray.
9.7. The higher the level of organization of matter is:
A) there is less entropy;
B) less symmetry;
B) more entropy;
D) more symmetry.
9.8. Which of the listed objects are dissymmetric:
A) banks of rivers flowing along terrestrial meridians;
B) the building of Moscow University;
B) the hands of a person;
D) the mapping in the mirror.
9.9. In the Pythagorean doctrine, number theory was the basis of research on:
A) physics and chemistry;
B) music and astronomy;
B) mechanics and cosmology;
D) Geography and medicine.
9.10. Interrelation, what objects did the theory of relativity show?
A) substances and fields;
B) synergetics and determinism;
B) space and time;
D) Man and nature.