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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 Charlie believe happened when the ancients exposed part of the crystal?
(a) It destroyed their continent.
(b) It gave them unlimited power.
(c) It gave them electricity.
(d) It lit up the sky.
2. What blocks the entrance to the tunnels through which Mwahu plans to escape?
(a) A jet ski.
(b) A boulder.
(c) A steel door.
(d) A mudslide.
3. Who is Karen's great-grandfather?
(a) Colonel Churchward.
(b) General Chapel.
(c) Lieutenant Churchill.
(d) Colonel Churchmond.
4. As whom does the leader of the three men introduce himself?
(a) Mawhu, son of Pauwau.
(b) Waupau, son of Mwahu.
(c) Mogli, son of Wakita.
(d) Mwahu, son of Waupau.
5. What is David trying to complete?
(a) An underwater base.
(b) A jigsaw puzzle.
(c) The attack on China.
(d) The last of the recovery of Air Force One.
Short Answer Questions
1. For what does Karen use her gum?
2. How does Karen retrieve Jack in the dead Nautilus?
3. Where does Jack find himself instead?
4. How many sections make up Neptune's base?
5. What emotion does Karen display when she sees Jack?
Short Essay Questions
1. What difference does Jack leaving for Okinawa have on David's plans and why?
2. What happens while Jack and Lisa are at the ruins and who comes to their rescue?
3. What are Jack's priorities when he gets back to Deep Fathom?
4. How does Jack fool David and his men twice, giving the others an opportunity to get away?
5. What does the government want David to do about the crystal obelisk?
6. How does Jack manage to escape from the top of Darong Island?
7. What is Jack's plan to rescue Karen?
8. What does Jack do to keep David busy until the explosives on deck go off?
9. What happens when the Perseus takes a sample of the crystal obelisk?
10. What does Jack reveal in conversation that disappoints Lisa?
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