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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 21, How I Tried to Teach the Theory of Three Dimensions to My Grandson, and with What Success.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What happens as the race of circles climbs higher in development?
(a) They become more fertile.
(b) They become less intelligent.
(c) They become more intelligent.
(d) They become less fertile.
2. What happens to a line as it gets closer in Flatland?
(a) It gets smaller.
(b) It gets larger.
(c) It gets thinner.
(d) It gets thicker.
3. What does the stranger say about the fourth dimension?
(a) It does not exist.
(b) It is easy to travel through.
(c) It is real.
(d) It is inconceivable.
4. What is the editor's defense of the first objection?
(a) That since thickness cannot be measured, it is not comprehended.
(b) That since weight cannot be measured, it is not comprehended.
(c) That since distance cannot be measured, it is not comprehended.
(d) That since direction cannot be measured, it is not comprehended.
5. What is the average perimeter of a circle?
(a) Five feet
(b) Twenty feet
(c) Three feet
(d) Two feet
Short Answer Questions
1. Why is this shape of house not allowed?
2. What does Hoffman say about the characters of Flatland?
3. To what does the author compare Flatland?
4. What does the editor say is his second reason for writing the preface?
5. What happens to Equilateral children of Isosceles Triangles?
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