## Axiom of choice vs multiple choice

The axiom of choice is a mathematical axiom that states that from every set of non empty sets one can choose a representative from every single one of them.
The above image is a proof for the fact that german bueraucracy — while being aware of the axiom of choice — wildly misanderstood the concept of multiple choice:
here is a rough translation of the question(s) and choices on the form displayed above:
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