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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. When Milken and Brinkerhoff question Swathmore, what does he tell them?
2. Why does the Director tell Midge and Brinkerhoff not to interfere in Crypto?
3. The one billion dollar code figure is explained by ____________________________.
4. Where does Bus No. 27 go?
5. What does Jabba learn from his assistant?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens when Midge and Brinkerhoff are in the Director's office looking at the printout?
2. Why is Susan trying to leave Crypto?
3. What is one of the first things that Susan sees when she enters the main databank's chamber?
4. Neither Susan nor Jabba feel the inscription is the pass key. Why?
5. What happened where the filters were totally destroyed?
6. What does the group decide to focus on from Tankado's message?
7. What is the problem with data banks?
8. How does Becker find Rochio?
9. How does Phil Chartrukian come into conflict with Swathmore?
10. What is in Caesar's Box?
Essay Topic 1
Tankado opposed the secrecy of TRANSLTR and devised his scheme to force the NSA to make its existence known. How did Tankado make this fact known? Do you think Tankado expected his worm to do the damage it eventually did? What would the use of the terms Hiroshima and Nagasaki indicate?
Essay Topic 2
David Becker went to Seville, Spain because Swathmore asked him to. Why did Swathmore send an amateur? Why didn't he send professional? What were Swathmore's ulterior motives?
Essay Topic 3
Most organizations function on the basis of team work yet Swathmore told only Susan Fletcher about the Digital Fortress problem. Other people who learned about the TRANSLTR run time, began to ask questions and were rebuffed. Some took actions on their own. Was this the proper way to handle the situation? Would problems have been avoided if Swathmore hadn't been so secretive?
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