Lest you forget that Ronald isn't the only one who'll be inaugurated on Monday,

a. Henry Wilson

b. Theodore Roosevelt

c. William R. King 2. Buried in Congressional Cemetery here, this vice president gave his name to a sleazy political practice.

a. William A. Wheeler

b. Elbridge Gerry

c. Henry K. Grafte 3. What vice presROMANHenry Wilson

b. John Quincy Adams

c. Daniel D. Tompkins 5. What last name is shared by the most vice presidents?

a. Wilson

b. Johnson

c. Marshall 6. Before he became vice president, his resume included stints as mayor of Phiadelphia and minister to Russia.

a. George M. Dallas

b. William C. Fields

c. Hannibal Hamlin 7. On the ticket that won the popular vote in 1876, he didn't get to be vice president until 1885.

a. Thomas A. Hendricks

b. Adlai E. Stevenson

c. James S. Sherman 8. Which vice president said: ''My country has in its wisdom contrived foe me the most insignificant office that ever the invention of man contrived or his imagination conceived.''

a. George Bush

b. John Adams

c. Thomas R. Marshall 9. Who was the first vice president chosen under the terms of the 25th Amendment to the Constitution?

a. Nelson Rockfeller

b. Gerald Ford

c. Charles G. Dawes 10. What vice president first came to Washington to fill the unexpired congressional term of another man who became vice president?

a. John Nance Garner

b. Alben W. Barkley

c. Walter F. Mondale QUIZ ANSWERS -- Here are the ansers to the vice presidents' quiz on page 7. 1. c, William R. King was sworn in as Franklin Pierce's vice president while he was in Cuba, recuperating from tuberculosis. 2. b, Ebridge Gerry -- vice president under James Madison, signer of the Declaration of Independence and governor of Massacusetts -- gave his name to the practice of gerrymandering, or dividing a voting area in a manner that gives one political party a majority in as many districts as possible. The second half of the word comes from ''salamander,'' the shape of Masachusetts' redistricted Essex County after Gerry's lietenants finsihed with it. 3. c, John C. Calhoun was vice president under John Quincy Adams and again under Andrew Jackson. He resigned as the latter's veep when he was elected to the Senate in 1832. 4. a, Vice president under Ulysses Grant, Henry Wilson died at his desk in the Vice President's Room at the Capitol on November 22, 1875. 5. b, Richard M. Johnson was Martin Van Buren's vice president; Andrew Johnson was Abraham Lincoln's vice president; and Lyndon B. Johnson was John F. Kennedy's vice president. Johnson is the only last name that occurs more than once in the list of vice presidents. 6. a, George M. Dallas of Pennsylvania was James K. Polk's vice president, Martin Van Buren's minister to Russia and Franklin Pierce's minister to Great Britain. He is not the orginator of the phrase ''On the whole I'd rather be in Philadelphia.'' 7. a. Thomas A. Hendricks ran as Samuel Tilden's running mate in 1876 and, although the pair won a majority of the popular vote, they lost in the electoral college. He later became Grover Cleveland's vice president. 8. b. John Adams vice president under George Washington, voiced the timeless complaint to his wife, Abigail.

9. b. Gerald Ford was chosen to replace Spiro T. Angnew who resigned under pressure. The 25th Amendment, ratified in 1867, provides that in the case of a vacancy in the office of vice president, the president shall nominate a vice president who shall take office on confirmation by a majority vote of both houses of Congress. 10. c, Walter F. Mondale was appointed to the Senatoe in 1964 to fill the unexpired term of fellow Minnesotan Hubert Humphrey, who was elected to the vice presidency.