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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who is Jennifer Malone?
(a) A magazine editor.
(b) A radio broadcaster.
(c) A television news producer.
(d) A newspaper reporter.
2. Who does Casey send the Flight Data Recorder information to?
(a) Jack Rogers.
(b) The FAA.
(c) Flight simulations.
(d) John Marder.
3. What does Casey feel may be the key to figuring out what happened on Flight 545?
(a) Taking the wing apart.
(b) Speaking with the pilot and co-pilots.
(c) The conversation between the pilot and co-pilots.
(d) The sound on the video before the incident begins.
4. Why does Casey take a copy of the tape to the audio interpretation lab?
(a) She wants to know the source of the sound right before the incident.
(b) She wants the screaming to be removed so she can hear other noises.
(c) She wants another opinion on the noises she hears.
(d) She wants to isolate the conversation in the cockpit.
5. Who was waiting for Casey in the parking lot when she arrived at work the morning of the troubled flight?
(a) The chief designer.
(b) The president of the company.
(c) Her new assistant.
(d) Her secretary.
6. How long does Casey Singleton have to investigate the incident from the troubled flight?
(a) One month.
(b) One week.
(c) As long as she needs.
(d) One year.
7. What is JAA?
(a) The Japanese version of the FAA.
(b) The European version of the FAA.
(c) The Australian version of the FAA.
(d) The Korean version of the FAA.
8. How many people died on the troubled flight being investigated by Norton Aircraft?
9. What is Amos's job at Norton Aircraft?
(a) He is a metallurgy expert.
(b) He is a test pilot.
(c) He is the assistant to the president.
(d) He is the chief designer.
10. How does Casey get down from the top of the plane?
(a) She is pushed off.
(b) She climbs down scaffolding.
(c) She slides down the wing.
(d) She jumps onto a tarp.
11. According to Casey and her team, what would have stopped if autopilot had taken over properly?
(a) The porpoising.
(b) Uncommanded slat deployment.
(c) The roller coaster effect.
(d) The forward lurching.
12. What does the FAA official order the flight crew from the troubled flight to do?
(a) Go to the infirmary.
(b) Stay on the plane.
(c) Write separate reports of what happened.
(d) Report to FAA headquarters immediately.
13. Why is Casey worried about the news coverage of the new accident involving the N-22?
(a) She fears it was caused by the same problem as Flight 545.
(b) She fears it will bring coverage to Flight 545.
(c) She cannot handle two investigations at one time.
(d) She is sure she will lose her job.
14. When Casey first boards the damaged plane, what does she conclude is part of the problem?
(a) An act of terrorism.
(b) A mechanical error.
15. During a meeting on Tuesday, a report confirms the trouble on Flight 545 was not caused by what?
(a) Pilot error.
(b) An autopilot malfunction.
(d) Slats deployment.
Short Answer Questions
1. After speaking with passengers, Casey thinks part of the problem may have been uncommanded slat deployment. Why would this be dangerous?
2. Who does Richman meet with several times a day?
3. What is Casey Singleton's job at Norton Aircraft?
4. While eating at a local restaurant, what does Casey see on television?
5. According to Jack Rogers, why does he think rumors in the plant stem from John Mader?
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