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In chapter 3, Victor meets the professor of natural philosophy, M. Krempe. What does Victor's description of Krempe indicate about his view of Krempe's teaching?
It reveals that Victor is thankful for the opportunity to hear other views and ideas.
It reveals Victor's impatience with enlightened scientific study and natural philosophy.
It reveals that Victor struggles to understand natural philosophy.
It reveals Victor's excitement to learn.
It reveals that Krempe is arrogant and focused.