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5 Written questions
5 Multiple choice questions
 mathematical objects are part of the mental fabric shared by all humans
 mathematical objects exist in physical objects
 mathematical objects do not exist
 Mathematical objects are agglomerations (merelogical unions) of physical objects
 Ontology: mathematical objects exist objectively, independent of mathematician
4 True/False questions

Millian antirealism → mathematical objects do not exist

Aristotelian idealism → mathematical objects exist in physical objects

Idealism → mathematical objects exist, but depend on the (human) mind

Kantian Idealism → mathematical objects are intuitions of time and space