please can someone help me with these questions?

In one lifeboat, Mrs. _________________provided leadership by organizing the rowing.

Widener

Strauss

Brown

none

17. How many lifeboats returned to the spot where the Titanic sank to pick up survivors?

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two

three

none

18. The captain of the rescue ship was Captain Arthur H. ____________.

Lord

Smith

Lowe

Rostron

19. What became of J. Bruce Ismay, managing director of the White Star Line, after the Titanic went down?

�������� He moved to New York City and became a successful businessman.

He retired from White Star Line within a year of the disaster and became a recluse.

He was fired from his job at White Star Line and started his own shipping business.

None of the above are appropriate responses.

20. Even though we'll never know for sure, what was the final song, according to Walter Lord, the band played as the ship sank?

"Nearer, My God, To Thee"

"Autumn"

"For those in Peril on the Sea"

"Go Ye Now In Peace"

Mark "a" if the statement is true; mark "b" if the statement is false.

21. The rescue ship did not see many icebergs as it raced to the Titanic.

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false

22. The captain of the Californian never headed toward the Titanic.

�������� true

false

23. Several lifeboats sank overnight.

true

false

24. The Titanic survivors were very quiet once they were aboard the rescue ship.

�������� true

false

25. The next day, the survivors were transferred to the Titanic's sister ship, the Olympic.

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false

26. Wireless Officer Harold Bride was one of the casualties.

true

false

27. Millionaires Thayer and Guggenheim did not survive the sinking of the Titanic.

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false

28. The passengers of the rescue ship knew something was amiss when they felt the considerable change in air temperature.

true

false

29. Officer Lightoller died of exposure in Boat B.

true

false

30. Arthur H. Rostron was known as the "Electric Spark."

true

false

31. The Carpathia was 70 miles away from the location of the Titanic's sinking.

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false

32. To ensure the Carpathia would not experience the same fate as the Titanic, Rostron had his wireless operator work a constant 24 hours.

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false

33. Many of the Carpathia's First Class passengers gave up their rooms for survivors.

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false

34. According to Colonel Gracie, the band played "Nearer, My God, To Thee" while the ship sank.

true

false

35. Harold Bride, the Titanic's wireless operator, remembers the band stopping when the ship began to list to the starboard side.

�������� true

false

36. The entire time the ship was sinking, the band played religious songs in order to help passengers feel at peace during such a frightening time.

true

false

37. The band stopped playing while the ship sank.

true

false

38. Two of the eight musicians survived; consequently, they were able to give detailed accounts about what they played and how long they played.

true

false

39. The Goodwins were immigrants that could not speak English.

true

false

40. According to White Star shipping, Third Class passengers were reluctant to leave the ship and they didn't want to part with their luggage, hence the high loss of steerage passengers.

true

false

41. Mr. Goodwin was moving to New York due to an employment opportunity.

true

false

42. The Goodwins had originally booked passage on the Titanic.

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false

43. According to your reading, Third Class passengers were never mistreated nor discriminated against.

true

false

44. Conventions are the rules of language.

true

false

45. Spelling, punctuation, grammar, usage, paragraphing, and capitalization are all considered conventions.

true

false

46. A paper with paragraphs that sometimes run together or begin in the wrong places would receive a "3" according to the Six-Trait Analytical Writing Assessment Model.

true

false

47. A paper that reads like a first draft would receive a "5."

true

false

48. A paper that would require light editing to polish the text for publication would receive a "1."

true

false

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  • 10 years ago
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    OMG are you serious? Read the flippin story.

    Source(s): English major--reading is my JOB.
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