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5 Written questions
5 Multiple choice questions
 mathematical objects exist in physical objects
 mathematical objects are constructs of individual human minds
 Ontology: mathematical objects exist objectively, independent of mathematician
 mathematical objects do not exist, but mathematics is about all physical objects. Numbers [numerals] refer to "acts of making"
 mathematical objects are aggregates (i.e. sets) of physical objects
4 True/False questions

Reductionistic Realism → mathematical objects just are physical objects

nihilistic → mathematical objects do not exist

Millian Merelogical Realism → Mathematical objects are agglomerations (merelogical unions) of physical objects

Idealism → Ontology: mathematical objects exist objectively, independent of mathematician