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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part III: "Sunset for Humanity," Chapters 29-35.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does "NATO" stand for?
(a) The North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
(b) The National Academy for Technological Order.
(c) The Nuclear Alternatives Testing Organization.
(d) The National Astrophysics Treaty Organization.
2. What does "WMAP" stand for in the narrative?
(a) Watson Microwave Astral Probe.
(b) Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe.
(c) Waterson Microwave Astrophysics Probe.
(d) Wangfujing Microwave Astrophysics Probe.
3. How far is Trisolaris's nearest star described as being from Earth in Chapter 33, "Trisolaris, Sophon"?
(a) 20,000 light years.
(b) 30,000 light years.
(c) 10,000 light years.
(d) 40,000 light years.
4. What is the furniture made of that Wang examines at Ye Wenjie's home in Chapter 8, "Ye Wenjie"?
(a) Brass and gold.
(b) Silver and jade.
(c) Tree branches and stumps.
(d) Stone and metal wiring.
5. What literary device is employed in the following sentence from Chapter 1, "The Madness Years": "Their red flags fluttered restlessly around the brigade building like flames yearning for firewood"?
(a) Dramatic irony.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is attempting to break up the dual when Wang enters the Three Body game in Chapter 17, "Three Body: Newton, Von Neumann, the First Emperor, and Tri-Solar Syzygy"?
2. What does Ye Wenjie watch from the mountaintop in the end of Chapter 35, "The Ruins"?
3. What term refers to temporary phenomena on the photosphere of the sun making areas appear dark?
4. Ye Wenjie claims that the Red Coast Project failed to establish contact with alien life forms and disbanded after how many years?
5. Who launched the Planck satellite, according to the narrator in Chapter 9, "The Universe Flickers"?
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