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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Strange Answers: Chapter 23.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The morning after the reading of the Will, what did Turtle do to help the others and earn some money for herself?
(a) She paid her sister, Angela, to let her see their clues.
(b) She sold candles that were designed to tell time.
(c) She agreed to sell her half of the $10,000 to another team.
(d) She agreed to combine their clues and try to solve the mystery and split the money with everyone.
2. What unique idea did Otis Amber have about Westing's murder?
(a) That the murderer was too clever to ever be caught.
(b) That he wasn't murdered at all.
(c) That the clue was right before them and they couldn't recognize it.
(d) That the murderer teamed with another person who wasn't a part of their group.
3. Why did Grace Wexler say, "Who's that?" when Turtle greeted her in Chapter 23?
(a) She had been drinking and didn't recognize Turtle.
(b) She didn't care much for Turtle and pretended not to recognize her.
(c) She was trying to confuse the others into thinking Turtle wasn't her daughter.
(d) Turtle had a new haircut and no longer had her braid.
4. Why couldn't the thief read the shorthand notes after they were stolen?
(a) The note's author couldn't really write shorthand, but was pretending.
(b) They were written in magic disappearing ink.
(c) They were written in Polish.
(d) No one can read shorthand.
5. Which one of the heirs didn't believe Westing was murdered?
(b) Judge J.J. Ford.
(c) Mr. Hoo.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was the problem with Turtle's and Flora's investigation by Chapter 15?
2. Which character had a strange mystery around them?
3. A thief was discovered when an important piece of evidence went missing. What was the evidence that was stolen?
4. What did Judge Ford do at the second meeting that shocked everyone?
5. What clever idea did Mrs. Wexler have for Hoo's restaurant?
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