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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the result of the lesson?
(a) The student understands.
(b) The student accuses A. Square of insanity.
(c) The student leaves the room.
(d) The student turns A. Square in to the Council.
2. What does the Sphere point out about being self-content?
(a) It equals stupidity.
(b) It equals ignorance.
(c) It equals strength.
(d) It equals happiness.
3. What does A. Square point out about the King's space?
(a) It is a square.
(b) It is a circle.
(c) It is a plane.
(d) It is a line.
4. What hinders A. Square's writing?
(a) There is no mathematical equivalent.
(b) There are only lines to write with.
(c) Their are only tablets to write with.
(d) There are diagrams.
5. What dimension does the stranger attempt to explain?
(a) The Third dimension
(b) The Second dimension
(c) The Fourth dimension
(d) The First dimension
Short Answer Questions
1. Upon waking, who does A. Square plan to educate about dimensions?
2. Who does A. Square decide is fit for his lesson?
3. What is the primary focus of priests?
4. What directions are A. Square unable to grasp?
5. What does the Sphere admit at the end of the chapter?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does A. Square's wife do to the Circle at the end of the chapter? Why does she become afraid and embarrassed?
2. Describe the scene between A. Square and his grandson in Chapter 15, and summarize the grandson's argument for a third dimension.
3. Explain why A. Square chooses his grandson to be the student for his lesson about the Fourth Dimension, and why he doesn't choose another student.
4. Explain the primary focus of Circles in Chapter 12, and the reasoning behind that focus.
5. What method does A. Square next attempt to use to describe the Fourth Dimension? Why does he find it difficult?
6. The Circle attempts to use an analogy to explain three dimensional space to A. Square in Chapter 16. Summarize this analogy.
7. Describe the evolution of Circles, and be sure to include both natural evolution and artificial evolution.
8. How does the Circle attempt to prove in Chapter 17 to A. Square he is telling the truth? Why is this nearly convincing?
9. What situation leads to the taking of A. Square into Spaceland at the end of Chapter 17?
10. Describe what happens that leads to the imprisonment of A. Square.
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