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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 do Ecotopian sports revolve around?
2. Where does most of the minicity's population live?
(a) 20 miles from the waterfront.
(b) 1/2 mile from the train terminal.
(c) 3 miles from the train terminal.
(d) 100 miles from the city center.
3. What do all the plastics in Ecotopia do?
(a) Melt or harden.
(b) Recycle or degrade.
(c) Burn or cinder.
(d) Freeze or solidify.
4. What game is Weston finally allowed to watch?
5. How do the two teams in the game Weston is allowed to watch face each other?
(a) On top of the roof.
(b) Over the half-time line.
(c) Across the field.
(d) In the pool.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was legalized that helped reduce population growth?
2. What kinds of cars does Weston see in the city he explores?
3. Who are the healthiest people, on average, in the whole world, according to Weston?
4. What is different about the equipment Ecotopians use for games?
5. What is abundant in the water in the bay of the minicity?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Weston forced to conclude in the last section of the book?
2. What is surprising about the knowledge of a six-year-old child that Weston meets, and what does this say about the Ecotopian education system?
3. Describe how Ecotopia initially deals with business owners and upper management fleeing the country soon after Independence.
4. Describe a typical day for children at the Crick School in Reliez.
5. Describe Weston's interaction with the nurse, Linda.
6. What is William Weston's assignment in Ecotopia?
7. Describe the convenience of transportation in Alviso.
8. Describe the reader's knowledge of Ecotopia when William Weston begins his journey.
9. Describe Weston's observations of marijuana and common social behavior in Ecotopia.
10. Describe Weston's meeting with the Ecotopian counter-intelligence unit.
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