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Question 1

Which word does not belong in this list:

Type: Multiple choice
Points: 1
Randomize answers: No

Question 2

Word Meanings
Empty is to full as wet is to ?

Type: Multiple choice
Points: 1
Randomize answers: No

Question 3

Which word does not belong in this list:

Type: Multiple choice
Points: 1
Randomize answers: No

Question 4

Comprehension

This is a test of how you understand what you read. Read the following passages below and then answer the questions which follow.

Motoring History

"Even in recent times, I've been called a conman and worse!" protests Ralph Sarich in a new biography of the most controversial man on the Australian Motoring scene. "Who have I conned? BHP, Ford and the banks who have invested in us? If so, how do they continue to do business with us?" The fight for credibility is only part of the story told in "Sarich the Man and his Engines" by Pedr Davis. There is also the extraordinary financial history of the Orbital Engine Co, two decades of engine development, the remarkable early life of the inventor and plans for the future. Two years ago, Modern MOTOR commissioned Pedr Davis, an experienced engineer, to visit Sarich and evaluate the Orbital Combustion Process engine. Not surprisingly, he pursued the theme until he had enough material for his book. The new book reveals a wealth of information on the enigmatic West Australian. It all seems to be there - the hope and hype generated by the rotary type "Orbital Engine" Sarich developed during the 1970's the battles between Sarich and race engine guru Phil Irving and the emergence of the new and different OCP two cycle engine in the early 1980's. The most interesting part to these eyes is the full technical appendix describing the original Orbital engine and the later OCP engine in great depth. Sarich always seems a contradiction - on one hand a vast amasser of funds and a man who seems to have no hesitation delivering deadlines and ultimatums to Prime Ministers and corporate presidents. On the other hand, he is a donator of millions to medical foundations and a man who once could have walked away from his engine company with nearly half a billion dollars but steadfastly refused to sell a single share or cut back his 70 - 100 hour working week. This book only heightens the contradiction of Sarich - engine man, property developer, karate exponent, and inventor of things as varied as an automotive garden system and a self tippling trailer.

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Points: 1

Question 5

Who is the author of the book title, "Sarich - the Man and his Engine"?

Type: Multiple choice
Points: 1
Randomize answers: No

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