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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 2 Chapter 47 | Part 2 Chapter 48 | Part 2 Chapter 49.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When Pi's father took his sons on a tour of the zoo, which of the following statements is not true?
(a) His father showed them how quickly animals could kill them.
(b) His father told them not to try and pet a tiger.
(c) His father told them none of the animals could be touched.
(d) They watched a tiger eat a goat.
2. Which of the following is true about Pi's family's departure from India?
(a) The whole family was excited about going to Canada.
(b) Other families on the ship were going to Canada as well.
(c) Pi was excited about leaving, but his mother was sad.
(d) The ship was delayed in its departure because of weather.
3. Does the meeting at the zoo between the two Mr. Kumars have any special significance?
(a) Yes. It signifies that Pi has not yet assimilated what he has learned from the two Mr. Kumars.
(b) No, but it made Pi feel uncomfortable.
(c) Yes. It represents the two sides of Pi's character--his piety and his interest in creation.
(d) No. It was just an event that happened.
4. In Part 1, Chapter 21, what is the author's purpose in writing about what he thinks after interviewing Pi?
(a) To make the reader aware of the author's religious beliefs.
(b) To help the reader know what the author thinks.
(c) To help the reader understand Pi better.
(d) To make the reader aware that the author likes Pi.
5. Why does Pi think that the hyena did not attack him?
(a) Because the tiger was in the boat.
(b) Because the hyena had not yet gotten to him.
(c) Because the hyena wasn't hungry.
(d) Because Pi had not yet gotten close enough to him.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is Antieji?
2. Who was Mr. Satish Kumar?
3. What is the omega animal?
4. According to Pi, when have successful zookeepers created a healthy environment for the animals?
5. The main character grew up in what country?
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