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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Casey feel may be the key to figuring out what happened on Flight 545?
(a) The sound on the video before the incident begins.
(b) Taking the wing apart.
(c) Speaking with the pilot and co-pilots.
(d) The conversation between the pilot and co-pilots.
2. 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) More counterfeit parts.
(d) The American passenger's laptop.
3. Why does Casey think Marder ordered security details for all those on the investigation team?
(a) Because of threats from the pilot's union.
(b) Because of a threatening letter sent to Norton.
(c) Because of the rumors at the plant.
(d) Because it is company policy.
4. In the morning meeting, Casey and the investigative team discuss a plane that never flew again because of one accident. What plane was this?
5. Where does Casey decide to view the video from the camera she found in the cockpit?
(a) In her office.
(b) At home.
(c) In Marder's office.
(d) At a video store.
Short Answer Questions
1. While eating at a local restaurant, what does Casey see on television?
2. If Jennifer goes forward with her report, who does she want as one of the central figures?
3. Who is Jennifer Malone?
4. During a meeting on Tuesday, a report confirms the trouble on Flight 545 was not caused by what?
5. Who is Teddy Rawley?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Jennifer Malone trying to get a story about the N-22 incident?
2. Explain what happens while Casey and the investigative team are out to lunch on Wednesday.
3. What does Casey Singleton learn about the troubled flight in the morning debriefing meeting at Norton Aircraft?
4. Why does Casey's secretary Norma tell Casey to be careful around Richman?
5. Explain the circumstances around the falling tool in the Norton hanger.
6. What does Casey discover as she studies sheets of data from the faulty data recorder?
7. Why does John Marder call Casey late Wednesday night?
8. What does the DC-10 incident have to do with the N-22 investigation?
9. In the meeting on Tuesday, what does Casey learn about the idea that turbulence caused the trouble on Flight 545?
10. Why is Felix, the man in charge of Flight Simulations, so sure that slats could not have been the cause of the problem on Flight 545?
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