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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through September 16th.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why doesn't the shooter kill Ed while he's in the river retrieving the overturned aluminum canoe?
(a) He can't see Ed, who is swimming underwater.
(b) The canoe hides Ed from anyone watching from above.
(c) The whitewater is too swift.
(d) He believes the entire group died in the rapids.
2. After the trip, how does Ed divert suspicion from them?
(a) By saying a falling boulder hit and killed Drew in the gorge.
(b) By pretending there had only been three of them on the trip.
(c) By asking for a search party to find Drew.
(d) By pointing the authorities to the wrong part of the river.
3. How does Ed end up in the river on the second day of the trip?
(a) The canoe hits a rock and breaks up.
(b) He reaches for Drew and misses.
(c) Drew falls overboard and overturns the canoe.
(d) He tries to stablize the canoe and overcompensates.
4. After burying the body of the man Lewis shot, why does Bobby go in a canoe with Lewis and Drew go in a canoe with Ed?
(a) After arguing, Drew doesn't want to go with Lewis.
(b) Bobby needs the emotional support Lewis can provide.
(c) To get the best combinations to move as quickly as possible.
(d) Bobby is useless, so Lewis volunteers to take him.
5. How does Lewis react to having killed a man?
(a) It doesn't seem to bother him.
(b) He loses his breakfast.
(c) He examines the man and kicks his dead body.
(d) He shuts himself away from the others.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which man shoots first when the shooter at the top of the cliff sees Ed preparing to shoot him?
2. While in Oree, what animal(s) does Ed wonder about getting a chance to hunt?
3. Once at the top of the cliff, how does Ed determine the shooter's next course of action?
4. On the way to Oree, where does the group have breakfast?
5. What does Ed notice about Lewis when they stop for a swim?
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