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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the general flow of lakes in the north country?
(b) North or northwest.
(c) South or southeast.
2. How many fish does Brian catch in the evening in Chapter 7?
3. How many stitches does it take to sew up the dog's wound?
4. How many of the moose that Brian sees during the day in Chapter 7 would have been easy kills?
5. How many deer does Brian find in a clearing in Chapter 7?.
6. Where does Brian think the dog might have come from?
(a) A trapper or Indian camp.
(b) A nearby town.
(c) A plane wreck.
(d) Hunters left her behind.
7. In Chapter 6 as the day warms up, what insects become active.
8. How many stitches are sewn down the front side?
9. How many fish does Brian catch while his other food cooks?
10. Toward evening in Chapter 7, what type of fish does Brian catch?
11. What else does Brian add to his fish stew?
12. Why do white-tailed deer come in to clearings late in the day?
(a) To get away from flies.
(b) To graze.
(c) To gather with other deer.
(d) To eat berries.
13. In Chapter 8, approximately how far does Brian travel before he finally makes camp?
(a) 15 miles.
(b) 30 miles.
(c) 25 miles.
(d) 45 miles.
14. How far does Brian paddle in Chapter 7 before the dog falls asleep?
(a) 5 yards.
(b) 30 yards.
(c) 20 yards.
(d) 50 yards.
15. What does Brian decide to use to stitch the dog's wound?
(a) Polymer thread.
(b) Cat gut.
(c) Fishing line.
Short Answer Questions
1. How large is the tenderloin from the young buck that Brian shot in Chapter 7?
2. After shooting the deer, how far is it to Brian's camp?
3. After the arrow goes straight through the young buck, how far does it land from the buck?
4. From the sparse sign he finds, from what direction does Brian believe that the dog came from?
5. In Chapter 7, how big was a small bull that would have been an easy kill?
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