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Question 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20 are based on the following reading.

 The early study to chemistry. Known as alchemy, grew up in the first few centuries. A.D. at Alexandria in Egypt. The alchemists were especially concerned with discovering a way to turn base metals into gold. The learning of the earlier Greek philosophers. such as Hippocrates and influences on the Egyptian alchemists. Alchemy came under Arab influences on when the armies of Islam conquered Egypt during the seventh century. The Arabs carried its study of Western Europe when they advanced into Spaid. During the twelfth and the following, few centuries alchemy was studied widely in Europe and attract the attention of many learned meds. Although they were doomed to fail in their attempts to make old. their work paved the way for the growth of a great deal of new chemical knowledge which proved to be of considerable value to the future chemists. 

After the early Egyptian alchemists

During the seventh century

During the 12 th and 13 th cent ur ies

Before the early Egyptian alchemists

Muslim soldiers conquered Egypt during the seventh century

The Arabs gave the Egyptian Alchemists a lot of money

Many Egyptian Alchemists went to Arabian

The Arabs taught the alchemists Aristotle, was one of the major

the birthplace of Alexander

the birthplace of alchemy

the First Egyptain scientist

the name of a city in Greeee

No, it did not, It was doomed to fail

Yes, it did. some people succeed in turning base metals into gold

Yes , it did not. No one succeeded in turning base metals into gold

Yes, it did, It paved the way for new knowledge

No . they were not influenced by anything or anyone

Yes, they were influenced by the wisdom of the earlier Egyptian philosophers

Yes, they were influenced by the discoveries of the Greek philosophers of the time

Yes, they were influenced by the discoveries of the Spanish philosophers of the time.

Moderate

Significant

Limitless

Debatable

Their failure was unavoidable

Their failure was not sure

They were destroyed totally

They were about to fail

Precious metals

Metals which cannot be melted easily

Non -precious metals, like copper

Pure metals

put stone and bricks on the way

closed the way

continued progress

prepared the way

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