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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 is the fifth idea?
(a) Own a home.
(b) Buy a chariot.
(c) Give to the rich.
(d) Rent out your home.
2. Of whom do Bansir and Kobbi seek the advice?
3. What happens when Nomasir becomes penniless?
(a) He reads the Five Laws of Gold.
(b) He asks a friend for help.
(c) He goes home.
(d) He gains the gold right back.
4. How does this chapter begin?
(a) With Arkad's story.
(b) With Kobbi's story.
(c) With Arad's story.
(d) With a Babylonian proverb.
5. What does Arkad tell people to include in their budget?
(a) Money for charity.
(c) Only necessary purchases.
(d) Big expenses.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Arkad have to see in order to explain the answer to #39?
2. Why do people come to Arkad?
3. What can Nomasir do when he returns to Arkad?
4. What do the gathered men try to discuss?
5. What is the fourth idea?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the story of Dabasir?
2. What kind of budget does Arkad suggest that men follow?
3. What does Algamish ask of Arkad in exchange for his financial advice?
4. Whose story does Kalabab tell to his traveling companions?
5. Who approaches Rodan for a loan once they learn of his fortune?
6. What does Arkad do in relation to this Babylonian tradition?
7. What does Babylonian tradition say about sons living with their parents?
8. What happens when fate does reward someone, per Arkad?
9. What does Arkad tell the men about fate?
10. What does Arkad tell the men about luck at the end of the chapter?
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