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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What part of the N-22 does Casey want to tear apart but can't because of time restrictions?
(a) The autopilot mechanism.
(b) The wing.
(c) The engine.
(d) The slats.
2. Who does Richman meet with several times a day?
(a) Executives from China.
(b) Jennifer Malone.
3. What makes Casey rule out turbulence as the cause of the troubled flight before she even inspects the aircraft?
(a) She reviews reports from other planes.
(b) She talks to the co-pilot.
(c) She talks to the passengers.
(d) She reviews weather reports.
4. During the second phase of the investigation, what does Casey decide to focus on?
(a) The autopilot mechanism.
(b) The pilot's statements.
(c) The air traffic controller's statement.
(d) The passenger interviews.
5. Who is upset about the deal with China and might try to sabotage Casey's investigation of the troubled flight?
(a) The vice president of the company.
(b) The local worker's union.
(c) Bob Richman.
(d) The engineers.
6. What is the name of the flight being investigated by Norton Aircraft?
(a) Flight 342.
(b) Flight 689.
(c) Flight 987.
(d) Flight 545.
7. How many copies of the video does Casey make?
8. According to Casey and her team, what would have stopped if autopilot had taken over properly?
(a) Uncommanded slat deployment.
(b) The forward lurching.
(c) The porpoising.
(d) The roller coaster effect.
9. What do Casey and Kenny Burne find as they further investigate the N-22 from Flight 545?
(a) Another video camara.
(b) Another data voice recorder.
(c) The American passenger's laptop.
(d) More counterfeit parts.
10. When Casey follows the repair reports for the N-22 involved in Flight 545, what does she find?
(a) The slats had been damaged.
(b) The autopilot had been replaced.
(c) The locking pin had never been replaced.
(d) The locking pin and other parts had been replaced.
11. Where did Casey Singleton send her daughter to the morning of the troubled flight?
(a) To a scheduled visit with Casey's mother.
(b) To a scheduled visit with her daughter's father.
(c) To a summer camp.
(d) To a scheduled visit with Casey's father.
12. Who is Jennifer Malone?
(a) A newspaper reporter.
(b) A television news producer.
(c) A magazine editor.
(d) A radio broadcaster.
13. After speaking with passengers, Casey thinks part of the problem may have been uncommanded slat deployment. Why would this be dangerous?
(a) The friction during flight can cause a fire.
(b) It makes the plane unbalanced.
(c) Slats are only supposed to deploy during takeoff and landing.
(d) It causes a loss in cabin pressure.
14. Why does Casey receive a fax of a magazine story?
(a) She requested it.
(b) The purpose is unclear.
(c) Bob Richman requested it.
(d) It is a regular fax she receives weekly.
15. What does the FAA official order the flight crew from the troubled flight to do?
(a) Go to the infirmary.
(b) Write separate reports of what happened.
(c) Stay on the plane.
(d) Report to FAA headquarters immediately.
Short Answer Questions
1. When the plane from Flight 545 is brought back to Norton, what is peculiar about the locking pin a member of the investigative team found?
2. What does the JAA press release say?
3. How long had it been since the Norton Aircraft had had trouble with slat deployment?
4. According to Jack Rogers, why does he think rumors in the plant stem from John Mader?
5. Where does Norma learn that Richman has traveled five times in recent months?
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