# 1. The sum of the interior angles of a convex quadrilateral is A. 180 degrees. C. 540 degrees. B. 360 degrees. D. 720 degrees. 2. It’s possible to tessellate a

1. The sum of the interior angles of a convex quadrilateral is A. 180 degrees. C. 540 degrees. B. 360 degrees. D. 720 degrees. 2. It’s possible to tessellate a plane with A. squares and regular hexagons. B. squares and regular pentagons. C. squares and regular octagons. D. regular octagons and pentagons 3. Which of the following sketches represents a ? b ? 4. A point on a 12-inch ruler that divides the ruler into a Golden Ratio would be a point A. exactly 6 inches from either end. B. exactly 7 inches from either end. C. approximately 7.21 inches from either end. D. approximately 7.42 inches from either end. 5. Consider the following: Statement A: If I trust you, your job is secure. Statement B: If your job isn’t secure, I don’t trust you. A. Statement B is the inverse of statement A. B. Statement B is the converse of statement A. C. Statement B is the negation of statement A. D. Statement B is the contrapositive of statement A. 6. If a postcard 6 inches on the longer side is in the shape of a golden rectangle, what is the length of the shorter side? A. Approximately 4.11 inches C. Exactly 3 inches B. Approximately 3.71 inches D. Exactly 4 inches 7. You drop a few playing cards flat on a small table and take a photograph of the result. The type of perspective that best describes the result would be A. overlapping shapes. C. atmospheric perspective. B. diminishing sizes. D. one-point perspective. 8. Use a truth table to determine the truth values for A and B which make ~ (A ? B) logically true. The values are A. A true and B false. C. A false and B false. B. A true and B true. D. A false and B true. 11. “If it has four legs and is lying in mud, it must be a pig.” If L = has four legs, M = is lying in mud, and P = is a pig, the correct symbolic version of that statement is A. P ? L /\ M. C. P \/ L ? M. B. L \/ M ? P. D. L /\ M ? P. 12. The Von Koch snowflake is constructed by starting with the line segments forming a/an A. rectangle. C. square. B. equilateral triangle. D. area boundary. 13. Let U = {all books} B = {all books in your local library} W = {all books that have a red cover} In a Venn diagram of these sets, what would the region within both B and W represent? A. Books in your local library that have red covers B. Books in your local library with covers that aren’t red C. Books not in your local library that have covers that aren’t red D. Books not in your local library that have red covers 14. “If you speed in this town, you’ll get a ticket.You didn’t get a ticket, so you didn’t speed in this town.” The statement is which of the following? A. A correct argument C. An inductive premise B. A hypothetical syllogism D. A deductive logical 15. If A ? B and B ? C, then A. A = C. C. C ? A. B. C ? A. D. A ? C. 16. If A = {all books in your library} and B = {all books}, then which of the following is true? A. A ? B C. A ? B B. B ? A D. B ? A 17. Suppose that in a group of 100 college students, 60 drink, 25 smoke, and 20 neither drink nor smoke. How many students both drink and smoke? A. 5 C. 80 B. 85 D. 20 18. A line of equally spaced 20-foot light poles are to be part of a one-point perspective drawing. If in your drawing the first pole is 3 inches high, 8 inches from the vanishing point, and 2 inches from the second pole, how high is the second pole? A. .75 inches C. 2 inches B. 1.25 inches D. 2.25 inches 19. “Hawaii temperatures have never reached 100 degrees. During your vacation in Hawaii next week you should expect the temperature to stay below 100 degrees.” The statement is an example of A. deductive reasoning. C. logical reasoning. B. inductive reasoning. D. symbolic reasoning. 20. If A = {1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 13} and B = {0, 1, 3, 5, 6, 10}, then A n B = A. {0, 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 10, 13} C. {1, 3, 6, 7} B. {0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13} D. {1, 3, 6}