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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does A. Square believe his sons will not understand?
(a) They are triangles.
(b) They are not good with mathematics.
(c) They are Council members.
(d) They are not intelligent.
2. What happens as the race of circles climbs higher in development?
(a) They become less fertile.
(b) They become less intelligent.
(c) They become more fertile.
(d) They become more intelligent.
3. Why is deception not a problem in Lineland?
(a) The inhabitants cannot change their angles.
(b) The inhabitants cannot change their shape.
(c) The inhabitants cannot change their smell.
(d) The inhabitants cannot change their voice.
4. Where does A. Square first see Lineland?
(a) In a dream
(b) In a movie
(c) In a book
(d) In his reflection
5. In Spaceland, what is valued highest: intellect, emotion, money, or faith?
6. What is the average perimeter of a circle?
(a) Three feet
(b) Two feet
(c) Five feet
(d) Twenty feet
7. What happens to A. Square when he finally tells of his adventures?
(a) He is imprisoned for life.
(b) He is brought before students to teach.
(c) He is believed to be a God.
(d) He is arrested and taken before the Council.
8. What does the stranger say about the fourth dimension?
(a) It is easy to travel through.
(b) It does not exist.
(c) It is real.
(d) It is inconceivable.
9. Who does A. Square decide is fit for his lesson?
(a) His daughter
(b) The Council
(c) His son
(d) His grandson
10. What is A. Square's first question about Spaceland?
(a) Why he cannot see the stranger's insides.
(b) Why everything is dark.
(c) Why everything is bright.
(d) Why he can see the stranger's insides.
11. What was A. Square's grandson's reward for his work with sight recognition?
(b) A song
(c) A cookie
(d) Hints in geometry
12. Why does A. Square call the stranger his "lordship"?
(a) He believes the stranger is his boss.
(b) He believes the stranger is the Chief Circle.
(c) He believes the stranger is a king.
(d) He believes the stranger is a perfect circle.
13. What is the second deed the stranger does to prove his point of third dimensions?
(a) He moves objects without appearing to touch them.
(b) He drops below Flatland to describe the ground.
(c) He pokes A. Square in the stomach.
(d) He rises above Flatland to describe neighboring occurrences.
14. What does the stranger show A. Square first?
(a) The stranger's home
(b) The entire world of Flatland
(c) A. Square's own home
(d) A true cube
15. How does the stranger defend his idea that omnipotence is not a quality of Gods?
(a) Because if it were, everyone in Flatland would be a God.
(b) Because if it were, no one would be God.
(c) Because if it were, the criminals of Spaceland would be the Gods of Flatland.
(d) Because God's do not exist.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is A. Square's first impression of Spaceland.
2. What does the shape claim to be?
3. What does A. Square's wife yell at A. Square for in this chapter?
4. Who controls Flatland?
5. What shape does the stranger use to teach about solids?
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