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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. Where does Chapter 25 take place?
(a) A civilian home.
(b) An IRS vault.
(c) An examination room.
(d) A state capitol.
2. In Chapter 30, what example of outdated material does Sylvanshine talk about with Reynolds?
(a) Wall computers.
(b) Push carts.
(c) Adding machines.
(d) Punch cards.
3. In Chapter 26, which is the oldest phantom?
4. In Chapter 22, why does David say he switched colleges often?
(a) He kept changing his major.
(b) He was kicked out of them.
(c) He couldn't afford them.
(d) He wanted to be closer to home.
5. Why does the Peoria REC rely on Martinsburg?
(a) They process Peoria's paperwork.
(b) They catch the most common tax filing errors.
(c) They provide funding to the Peoria REC.
(d) They train Peoria's agents.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Sylvanshine first talk to Reynolds in Chapter 30?
2. In Chapter 22, what makes David interested in tax and tax law?
3. What does David first talk about in the beginning of Chapter 22?
4. In Chapter 23, what does the narrator describe?
5. What does Chapter 25 describe?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens with the lawsuits that follow David's father's death?
2. How does David describe the van ride after he is hired by the IRS?
3. What is the relationship between the Peoria REC and Martinsburg?
4. How do IRS workers know of the phantoms?
5. What concerns Lane Dean Jr. most about the work he does in Chapter 33?
6. What task is the narrator given by Gary Manshardt in Chapter 35?
7. In Chapter 22, why does David take a long time getting to the train?
8. In Chapter 27, what reason is given for possibly not conducting an audit?
9. What is Chapter 25 about?
10. Why does Sylvanshine talk to Reynolds over the phone in Chapter 30?
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