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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. In Chapter 30, what example of outdated material does Sylvanshine talk about with Reynolds?
(a) Wall computers.
(b) Punch cards.
(c) Adding machines.
(d) Push carts.
2. In Chapter 27, what is David trained to do?
(a) Highly technical jobs.
(b) Create new forms.
(c) Jobs relating to people.
(d) Paper processing jobs.
3. What emotional reaction does the narrator say is not associated with phantoms in Chapter 26?
4. How are IRS performance quotas described in Chapter 27?
(a) As being unofficial.
(b) As not existing.
(c) As being official.
(d) As being quick to change.
5. Who are the main characters of Chapter 31?
(a) People being audited by the IRS.
(b) People interviewing for jobs with the IRS.
(c) IRS supervisors.
(d) IRS employees.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Chapter 22, what does David say was his drug of choice when he was younger?
2. In Chapter 30, who is Sylvanshine most interested in while talking with Reynolds?
3. Why does David's father put his arm in the train door in Chapter 22?
4. Why does the Peoria REC rely on Martinsburg?
5. In Chapter 23, what does the narrator describe?
Short Essay Questions
1. In Chapter 22, what details does David give to explain his parents' divorce?
2. How do IRS workers know of the phantoms?
3. Why doesn't David exit the van in Chapter 24 with the other people?
4. In Chapter 27, what reason is given for possibly not conducting an audit?
5. What are IRS phantoms?
6. In Chapter 27, why is the word "profitable" not used officially?
7. Why does David feel he wasted his youth in Chapter 22?
8. How do the IRS employees entertain themselves in Chapter 32?
9. What is Chapter 25 about?
10. In Chapter 27, what surprises Cusk when he returns from his break?
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