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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. What does Becker learn from Two-Tone about the girl who he described?
2. What do Midge Milken and Chad Brinkerhoff question?
3. When Jabba learns of the power failure in Crypto, he is not concerned about a virus until he learns that ____________________________.
4. When Swathmore tells Phil Chartrukian to leave, he doesn't. Why does he stay to run more tests on TRANSLTR?
5. After Swathmore frees Susan from Hale, she learns that __________________________.
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Phil Chartrukian decide to report the possibility of a TRANSLTR virus to his superior?
2. Becker tries to call Swathmore from the airport but can't get a line. What does he remember?
3. How does Swathmore respond when learning about Greg Hale being North Dakota?
4. How does Becker try to locate the ring?
5. How does Greg Hale feel he has to stop Phil Chartrukian?
6. How does Becker find Rochio?
7. What does Swathmore plan to do about the situation in Crypto?
8. What did the American using the name North Dakota do?
9. What is the purpose of the NSA?
10. After talking to Swathmore, what does Susan learn from Hale?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
What was Tankado's grudge against the United States? Why did he harbor this grudge? Do you think this had anything to do with his scheme and the the mention of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in the message in the Caesar's Box. Do you think he set out to destroy TRANSLTR?
Essay Topic 2
What good are security procedures if employees violate them? Security procedures, including need-to-know, have a purpose. Discuss this purpose and apply it to the novel.
Essay Topic 3
Tankado's favorite saying was 'Who Will Guard the Guards?' Explain the meaning of this term within the context of the novel. Who was Tankado applying the term to and why?
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