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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 does Ammar cover for himself not sounding like Captain Collins?
(a) He claims to have the flu
(b) He claims to have gotten a tonsillectomy
(c) He claims to be undergoing a sex change operation
(d) He claims to be under the influence of narcotics
2. Where were the dignitaries from on the ship that the Lady crashed into?
(a) Argentinean and Brazilian
(b) Brazilian and Cuban
(c) Cuban and Croatian
(d) Argentinean and Chilean
3. Who is footing the bill for the Cord's repair?
(a) Hala Kamil
(b) Dirk Pitt
(c) The government
(d) Senator Pitt
4. How many plans did Pitt come up with?
5. What is under the seat of the Cord?
(a) A Smith and Wesson
(b) A liter of oil
(c) A magnum
(d) A socket wrench
Short Answer Questions
1. What are the names of Topiltzin and Yazid's younger brother and sister?
2. How many days had Nichol's secretary been working overtime?
3. What kind of atmosphere would the scrolls need to remain intact?
4. What does Rudy say in regards to Dirk?
5. Parchment was made from?
Short Essay Questions
1. What sounds like a "grand plan" to the President and to Douglas Oates?
2. How did the Special Forces team mess up?
3. What is the President of the USA requesting of Senator Pitt? What is something he adds that he would normally not do?
4. Why does Hala change her mind and decide to announce the immanent discovery of the antiquities?
5. What changes did Ammar undergo to look the part of Captain Collins?
6. Where is the best location for the scrolls to be if they are to maintain their cohesion and readability? Where is the worst?
7. How did Yeager manage to find that Venator had been at Barnaget Bay in New Jersey?
8. What information bothers Yeager and Dirk?
9. What information is missing on Yazid?
10. When is the first time Pitt has been wrong in this book?
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