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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. Where does Cayce head the next morning?
(a) Back home again.
(b) To Boone's ex-girlfriend's apartment.
(c) Back to Damien's flat.
(d) To Taki's house.
2. What is Cayce Pollard's occupation?
(a) She is a dancer.
(b) She is a real estate agent.
(c) She is a self employed 'cool hunter'.
(d) She is a lawyer.
3. Who invented the Curta calculators?
(a) Henry Curta.
(b) Curt Ashbury.
(c) Heinz Curta.
(d) Curt Herzstark.
4. Where does Cayce spend most of her life and time?
(a) On a site called H:H:H.
(b) On a site called K:K:K.
(c) On a site called F:F:F.
(d) On a site called G:G:G.
5. What is unusual about these items?
(a) They are the largest of thier kind.
(b) They are the smallest ever constructed.
(c) They are unbreakable.
(d) They are made entirely of plastic.
Short Answer Questions
1. What third e-mail is Cayce avoiding as she arranges her Tokyo trip with Boone?
2. Where does Voytek Biroshak take Cayce?
3. What does Cayce have when she wakes up?
4. What does Cayce's mother send her?
5. What site do Parkaboy and Musashi begin posting Keiko's comments on?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is a 'cool hunter'?
2. What does Cayce have an insurmountable aversion to?
3. In what ways does Cayce take full advantage of Blue Ant's offer to provide her with anything she needs?
4. What is surprising to Cayce as she flies first class to Tokyo?
5. What enticement does Bigend call her with shortly after her discovery of Bibendum on the door?
6. What two tasks does Hubertus Bigend hire Cayce for?
7. What does Taki send Cayce after he leaves the restaurant meeting?
8. what does Cayce do about her nervousness regarding returning to the room?
9. What does Cayce describe as the day the world took a duck in the face?
10. What mistake do Voytek and his friends make where Cayce is concerned?
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