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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 is the name given, by the humans, to the approaching Motie ship?
(a) Stone Beehive.
(b) Stone Rock.
(c) Stone Ship.
(d) Stone Mountain.
2. What rank does Whitbred hold?
(a) Petty Officer.
(b) Petty Officer First Class.
3. The Moties are directed, by their Master, to find out about what human ability?
(c) Common sense.
4. What type of star is The Mote in God's Eye?
(a) Green giant.
(b) Yellow giant.
(c) White giant.
(d) Blue giant.
5. The air in what location, has been purified so the humans can breathe?
(a) The city.
(b) The Capitol.
(c) The Castle.
(d) The atmosphere.
Short Answer Questions
1. Faster-than-light travel means the time needed to travel between different solar systems from what locations is null.
2. In Part 1, Chapter 3, what does Horace search for?
3. What kind of star is Murcheson's Eye?
4. In Part 2, Chapter 17, how many classifications of Moties does everyone think there is?
5. What kind of cars do the humans use to get around on the surface of the Motie planet?
Short Essay Questions
1. What, finally, impresses everyone that the escaped Moties on the MacArthur pose a problem?
2. What do the Moties show the humans while they are on Mote Prime?
3. How do the individuals on board the MacArthur demonstrate a class-system like the Motie Engineer?
4. What is the blindness that afflicts the humans when they visit the Motie zoo?
5. How does Rod suppress his feelings of fear in approaching the alien vessel?
6. How are the scientists anthropomorphizing the Moties?
7. What words describe Rod Blaine in his first appearance in the book?
8. How does Sally raise the tension level surrounding what to do with the alien pod?
9. Who sees the risk in the escaped Moties aboard the MacArthur?
10. What are the first hints about the incredible age of the Motie civilization?
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