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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 does Arkad say to do since you never know when you will pass on?
(a) Insure for your future.
(b) Give money to your family members.
(c) Spend all your money now.
(d) Don't save too much.
2. What does Nomasir resolve to do?
(a) To get married into a rich family.
(b) To walk home.
(c) To live by the Five Laws of Gold.
(d) To make better gambles.
3. What happened to the man in the red robes when he returned to the city?
(a) He decided to leave.
(b) He found the city burned to the ground.
(c) He got lost.
(d) He found the gates locked.
4. What does Arkad present to the councilmen?
(a) The Seven Cures for a Lean Purse
(b) The Five Ways of Gold.
(c) A budget.
5. What was on the clay tablets?
(a) The Five Laws of Gold
(c) Instructions for running a business.
(d) Directions to the next town.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is the friend of the answer to #2?
2. What is the first topic of discussion?
3. What does the saddle maker propose?
4. What does Kobbi say about wealth?
5. What is the third idea?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who does Arkad meet when he is working as a scribe?
2. What has Rodan just been given in exchange for his spears?
3. What stories do the men share in relation to business transactions?
4. What is the first story of Mathon (about the farmer who can understand animals) meant to teach Rodan?
5. Instead of giving this loan, what does Rodan do?
6. What does Algamish ask of Arkad in exchange for his financial advice?
7. What happens when Babylon is having troubles with its financial situation?
8. What is Bansir's main problem in relation to wealth?
9. Who does Dabasir meet that helps him realize what he needs to do?
10. What does Arkad share about investing the money that the men save?
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