1. Wallace studied Mathematics in college because the straight lines reminded him of what?
(a) Lines of Midwestern geography.
(b) The windows of skyscrapers.
(c) His dreams.
(d) The grids of sudoku.
2. Wallace describes his tennis career as ______ successful.
(d) Less than.
3. What does Wallace attribute his tennis success to?
4. Why did Wallace have a more difficult time playing tennis in New England?
(a) The rules are different.
(b) The wind was quieter.
(c) The courts are bigger.
(d) The people are more competitive.
5. What activity other than tennis does Wallace cite as using geometry?
(c) Video games.
6. Why does Wallace consider his style of playing tennis as "boring"?
(a) Because he shows no emotion.
(b) Because he hits the ball in the center every time.
(c) Because he lightly hits it.
(d) Because he doesn't make any noise.
7. Why does Wallace call his tennis style "creative"?
(a) It accepts nature.
(b) It ignores convention.
(c) It is basic.
(d) It's like a dance.
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