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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 marked on the buttons of Jack's suit?
(a) Alchemic symbols.
(c) Religious symbols.
(d) His initials.
2. What do Daniel and Threader cast a new gold guinea out of?
(a) Sir Isaac's gold buttons.
(b) Daniel's gold ring.
(c) Daniel's gold buttons.
(d) Threader's gold ring.
3. What does the executioner no longer feel obligated to do?
(a) Ensure that Jack's death is swift.
(b) Ensure that Jack is dead.
(c) Ensure that Jack gets drawn and quartered.
(d) Ensure that Jack has found God.
4. How long has Jack been telling tales of conspiracy to his visitor?
(a) More than two years.
(b) For a week.
(c) More than two months.
(d) For a month.
5. What happens when the gold guinea samples are melted?
(a) The base metal and pure gold catch on fire.
(b) The base metal and pure gold change colors.
(c) The base metal and pure gold separate.
(d) The base metal and pure gold fuse together.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Daniel unexpectedly state in the prison?
2. Who does Eliza give a second chance to?
3. Where does Jack tell the public he is going in the morning to hang?
4. What do the Clubb members find along with a counterfeiting die?
5. What gives Daniel power over Sir Isaac in Chapter 24?
Short Essay Questions
1. How is Sir Isaac's death hidden from the officials?
2. What evidence does the Clubb find to expose Bolingbroke and White as counterfeiters?
3. What is the procedure for testing the gold guinea samples?
4. Though torture is a punishment, does Jack gain anything positive from the experience?
5. Describe Sir Isaac's illness.
6. Why does Jack throw his gold buttons, coins and clothing out into the crowd?
7. Why does the exchange between Jack and his visitor sicken Daniel?
8. What are the negative aspects and results of the coronation of the king?
9. What are Daniel's conflicting thoughts about sacking Sir Isaac as master of the mint?
10. How much does the gold weigh, and what is the significance of that weight?
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