Answers below photographs of supernovas --
1) Between 1951 and 2011 (60 years), the US has had 12 different Presidents. How many different Fed Chairs have there been?
Ans: A -- 6 Fed Chairs... in Sixty Years. Each averaged 10 years in power
2) In 1951, President Truman appointed a man named William McChesney Martin, Jr.. How many Presidents did he end up serving under?
Ans: D -- Martin served between 1951-1970 covering administrations of Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, LBJ and Nixon. Each president nominated/renominated him for a 4 year term. Republican.. Democrat.. doesn't matter.
3) What was Martin Jr's connection to the Federal Reserve before becoming Chair?
Ans: B -- The Act helped to establish the Federal Reserve system. Nepotism anyone?
4) In 1983, President Reagan appointed Alan Greenspan. How many Presidents did he serve under?
Ans: C -- Greenspan served from 1987-2006 under Reagan, Bush Sr, Clinton and Bush, Jr. with each President nominating/renominating him for another 4year term.
5) How does a Fed Chair get elected?
Answer D -- The Federal Reserve always ensures their Chair is one of them, and not an outsider by presenting the President with a list of suitable nominees and he must nominate one of them.