MediaWiki API result

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                        "*": "Write short answers to these questions:\n\n* Q1. What are axioms (also called postulates) and how many are there?\n* Q2. What is non-Euclidean geometry? What example is used to illustrate this concept?\n* Q3. What is a geodesic?\n* Q4. What are questions you have after reading this section?\n* Q5/Research. Google \u201caxioms of geometry\u201d. What are the axioms? Write them down on a separate sheet of paper."
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                        "*": "\n# Explain what it means for a figure to be self similar.\n# What is a fractal? \n# Are all fractals self-similar?\n# Are all self similar objects fractals?\n# We will discuss fractal dimension in more detail. What is your first impression of what a fractal dimension is?\n# Which example on this page did you find most interesting? Why?"
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