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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. How can Hiro get Raven out of the Metaverse?
(a) By telling him Y.T. is in danger
(b) By asking him politely to cease and desist
(c) By causing him to crash his bike
(d) By decapitating his avatar
2. What does Hiro call the antidote to the Snow Crash Virus?
(a) Snow Freeze
(b) Snow Melt
(c) Snow Scan
(d) Snow Slide
3. What is one of the most important skills of a Kourier?
(a) How to go places without gaining attention
(b) How to avoid obstacles
(c) How to make deliveries fast
(d) How to read people
4. Who are the people ushered into Ng's office?
(a) Tranny and Y.T.
(b) Aunt Mabel and Suzie Cue
(c) Uncle Enzo and Mr. Lee
(d) Raven and Eliot
5. Why does Raven help the Orthos?
(a) They promised to make him a very rich man.
(b) They showed him what was killing him.
(c) They promised to get back at those that had wronged him.
(d) They promised to give him whatever woman he wanted.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where did L. Bob Rife find the Nam-Shub of Enki?
2. What did Enki believe would help the human race become stronger?
3. What does Hiro discover about the Raft?
4. Who is seated in the one-man kayak?
5. Who kills Fisheye?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are possible reasons for Y.T.'s abduction to the Raft?
2. How does Hiro release the Nam-Shub of Enki?
3. Great examples of loyalty are shown in Chapter 65. Name them
4. Although Raven is a murderer, he has some redeeming qualities. Name them.
5. In Chapter 64, the chase between Hiro and Raven is even. Why?
6. What is a possible reason Hiro would take the inflatable dinghy to navigate the waters around the Raft rather than the powered boat?
7. Hiro finds Raven in the Metaverse. What is Raven doing?
8. Who wins the fight between Raven and Uncle Enzo?
9. How does Hiro learn more about the wireheads?
10. What is L. Bob Rife's interest in Y.T. in Chapter 60?
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