Marie Curie was born in Poland 1867. She was the only person who gained two Nobel prizes at that time. She achieved one on physics and one on chemistry. She was born as Marie Sklodowska, the daughter of a chemistry professor. She was the first woman who attended the University of Sorbonne in Paris. As a poor student, she lived in Paris on only ten cents a day for 3 years. In 1895, she married Pierre Currie, a chemist. They had two daughters: Irene and Eve.
Marie managed three lives as a researcher, a wife, and a mother.
In 1898, Marie discovered radium. Later she developed a concept of radioactivity, which marked the beginning of atomic age. During World War I, Marie and her daughter completed a new medical tool - the X-ray. Marie died in 1934, only a year before her daughter Irene won the Nobel Prize in chemistry.
What is Marrie Currie’s achievment during World War I?
She married to her husband and had two daughters
She lived with only ten cents a day for three years
She completed the X-ray machine with her daughter
She was the first woman to study in Sorbonne University
Pencapaian Marrie Currie selama perang dunia pertama adalah ia telah menyelesaikan mesin X-ray dengan anaknya. Hal ini terdapat pada kalimat kedua paragraf terakhir. Maka jawaban C adalah jawaban yang tepat.
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