The Last Command Quiz | One Week Quiz A

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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapters 17-20.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Based on improved filtering programs, what does Imperial intelligence appear not to discriminate between?
(a) Vital materials and exaggerations.
(b) Vital materials, trivia, and exaggerations.
(c) Trivia and exaggerations.
(d) Vital materials and trivia.

2. In general, what do most of the smugglers at the meeting care about?
(a) The safety of the galaxy.
(b) Their own financial interests.
(c) Their status in the galaxy.
(d) The survival of the New Republic.

3. Why do the Noghris provide Luke with such extensive assistance?
(a) They are friends of Yoda.
(b) They are loyal to Darth Vader.
(c) They are disguising their intentions.
(d) They agree with the rebels.

4. What does C-baoth demand in Chapter 12?
(a) A new strategy for attacking Coruscant.
(b) An immediate attack on Coruscant.
(c) A halt on the plans to attack Coruscant.
(d) An attack on the smugglers instead of Coruscant.

5. What does Ferrier use in his attempted escape in Chapter 18?
(a) A laser cannon.
(b) A blaster.
(c) A spear.
(d) A thermal detonator.

Short Answer Questions

1. What surface does Luke leap onto while trying to avoid being trapped in the fourth chapter?

2. How does Thrawn react to Luke's escape into space in the Chapter 4?

3. Who does Mara think might be responsible for the clawbird carcass she and Luke discover?

4. When do Karrde and Gillespee agree to meet again in Trogan?

5. Which General's past and present are detailed in Chapter 5?

(see the answer key)

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