False. By default, you can use HTML color codes only when declaring brushes in XAML. If you need to use HTML color codes in the code-behind file, you have to create a custom conversion method that parses the color code into red, green, and blue components and then pass those into the Color.FromARGB method.
Choices a and b are not valid shape objects in Silverlight. Silverlight provides the Rectangle, Polyline, Polygon, Path, Ellipse, and Line objects for drawing various shapes on the screen.
When you use the TransformGroup object, the order in which transform effects are added matters. The transforms will be applied to the target object in the order in which the effects are added to the group.
When you need a way to repeat a task on a timed basis, you should always use the DispatcherTimer object. This ensures that the repeated task will not interfere at all with the main user interface, and it also gives you the ability to run custom code during every Tick event.
Choices c, e, and f are not valid transform effects. Silverlight provides the RotateTransform, SkewTransform, ScaleTransform, and TranslateTransform effects.