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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What object that helps sight in Spaceland does not exist in Flatland?
2. What is the editor's defense of the first objection?
(a) That since direction cannot be measured, it is not comprehended.
(b) That since thickness cannot be measured, it is not comprehended.
(c) That since weight cannot be measured, it is not comprehended.
(d) That since distance cannot be measured, it is not comprehended.
3. What does the editor note that A. Square wishes the readers of Flatland would understand?
(a) Not all aspects of Flatland are meant to correspond to Spaceland.
(b) The book is not supposed to correspond at all to reality.
(c) The book is to be taken literally at all times.
(d) Not all aspects of Pointland are meant to correspond to Flatland.
4. Why were women in support of the bill?
(a) Their status would increase.
(b) They believed it would make them more attractive.
(c) They wanted style.
(d) They believed it would make them more intelligent.
5. What physical trait makes women in Flatland dangerous?
(a) They are very smart.
(b) They have three pointed sides.
(c) They are pointed on both ends.
(d) They are very strong.
6. To what class does the Law of Nature not always apply?
(a) The Professionals
(b) The Priests
(c) The Middle Class
(d) The Tradesmen
7. Why is hearing only used on occasion as a recognition method?
(a) Lower classes can imitate higher classes.
(b) All classes sound the same.
(c) Lower classes cannot make sounds.
(d) Higher classes cannot speak.
8. What do upper class women do that lower class women try to imitate?
(a) Dance with rhythm
(b) Sing with rhythm
(c) Move their backsides with rhythm
(d) Move their heads with rhythm
9. What was this movement called?
(a) The Color Revolt
(b) The Color Generation
(c) The Color War
(d) The Color Age
10. What is a man expected to do when meeting a woman on the street?
(a) Allow her to pass to the North.
(b) Allow her to pass to the West.
(c) Allow her to pass to the East.
(d) Allow her to pass to the South.
11. What method of recognition was no longer taught?
12. What is the first means of recognition in Flatland?
13. How can inhabitants conceive of angles?
(a) They infer them.
(b) They see them.
(c) They don't understand angles.
(d) They understand the mathematics behind them.
14. What ended the women's support of the bill?
(a) The attack of a young woman by a Square pretending to be a higher class shape
(b) The attack of a young woman by an Right Triangle pretending to be a higher class shape
(c) The attack of a young woman by a Circle pretending to be a lower class shape
(d) The attack of a young woman by an Isosceles pretending to be a higher class shape.
15. What is the editor's defense of the second objection?
(a) That the author was defending children through irony.
(b) That the author was writing as other historians have written.
(c) That the author was pointing out the danger of religion.
(d) That the author was writing his true opinion, and has a right to his opinion.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happens to the most irregular shapes?
2. How long did the color movement continue?
3. On what does the civilization of Flatland depend?
4. Who was the first person to invent color?
5. From which direction do women enter houses?
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