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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. At a staff meeting at Norton Aircraft, which airframe does Casey learn is involved in the troubled flight?
2. How many people died on the troubled flight being investigated by Norton Aircraft?
3. Why does Casey think Marder ordered security details for all those on the investigation team?
4. Where did Casey Singleton send her daughter to the morning of the troubled flight?
5. From whom does Jennifer learn about Norton's deal with China?
Short Essay Questions
1. When Casey and Bob Richman board the N-22 what do they observe?
2. What does the corrupt data from the Flight Data Recorder mean?
3. What does Casey find Bob Richman doing that further adds to her suspicions of him?
4. Explain what happens while Casey and the investigative team are out to lunch on Wednesday.
5. Why is there a strange car parked outside of Casey's home?
6. What does Casey Singleton learn about the troubled flight in the morning debriefing meeting at Norton Aircraft?
7. What does Casey discover as she studies sheets of data from the faulty data recorder?
8. Explain the circumstances around the falling tool in the Norton hanger.
9. What are the various recorders on the plane that Casey hopes to gain information from?
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?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Foreshadowing is used in the first section of Airframe. Give three examples of foreshadowing and how it is used to point towards events that are to come.
Essay Topic 2
Choose three of the following characters and describe in detail their role in the investigation into Flight 545: Casey, Teddy, Malone, the woman from accounting, the video technician, Marder, Richman, and Edgarton.
Essay Topic 3
Casey learns many things from the QAR. Discuss the four main things she learns and how they will affect her investigation into flight 545.
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