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Pyramids

The Great Pyramid at Giza is one of the world's most amazing landmarks. Rising high above the Sahara Desert in the Giza region of northern Egypt, the Great Pyramid stands some 450 feet into the burning desert sky and occupies of an area of 13 acres. The rough climate of the Sahara has actually caused the pyramid to shrink 30 feet from its original height. The pyramid was such an amazing feat of engineering, that it remained the tallest structure in the world for over 3800 years! The entire pyramid was originally faced with polished limestone to make it shine brilliantly in the sun.

Most Egyptologists, scientists who study ancient Egypt, agree that the Great Pyramid was built around 2560 BC, a little more than 4,500 years ago. It took tens of thousands of workers twenty years to build. The pyramid contains over two million stone blocks. Although most of the blocks weigh two or three tons, some weigh up to 80 tons!

The Great Pyramid of Giza was ordered built by the Pharaoh Khufu as a magnificent tomb. His vizier (advisor) Hemon is credited with being the pyramid's architect. Khufu's pyramid is actually part of a complex of pyramids that includes the Pyramid of Khafre, the smaller Pyramid of Menkaure, a variety of smaller pyramids and structures, and the Great Sphinx. The Great Pyramid of Giza is the last remaining of the Seven Wonders of the World.

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  1. Where is the Great Pyramid NOT located?

    1. ? Sahara Desert

    2. ? Southern Egypt

    3. ? Northern Egypt

    4. ? Giza

  2. The Great Pyramid was built a little more than __________________ years ago.

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  1. How many stone blocks make up the pyramid?

    1. ? 4,500

    2. ? More than two million

    3. ? 2,560

    4. ? 3800

  2. Most of the blocks in the pyramid weigh about ____________ tons.

    1. ? 4,500

    2. ? two or three

    3. ? five

    4. ? 80

  3. The Great Pyramid of Giza has shrunk about _____________ feet.

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  1. Egyptians used polished __________________ to make the pyramid shine in the sun.

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  1. The Pharaoh ________________ ordered the pyramid to built as his ___________.

    1. ? vizier; tomb

    2. ? Hemon; tomb

    3. ? Khufu; wonder of the world

    4. ? Khufu; tomb

  2. Which of the following definitions best describes the meaning of "complex" in the passage.

    1. ? pyramid

    2. ? group or set

    3. ? army

    4. ? materials

  3. Which is NOT part of complex of pyramids?

    1. ? The Pyramid of Khafre

    2. ? The Tomb of King Tut

    3. ? The Sphinx

    4. ? The Great Pyramid of Giza

  4. Which of the following is FALSE?

    1. ? The Great Pyramid is the last of the Seven wonders of the World.

    2. ? Hemon was Khufu's vizier and architect.

    3. ? Khufu was Hemon's vizier and architect.

    4. ? The Pyramid took tens of thousands of works about twenty years to complete

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The Atlanta Falcons were born in 1965 when the city of Atlanta elected to build the team a new stadium (Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium). The name “Falcons” was chosen as a result of a fan contest. Local businessmen made the deal but it was the NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle who named Rankin Smith Sr. the owner in an attempt to persuade him to join the NFL rather than the rival AFL (American Football League). Smith paid $8.5 million dollars for the team, which the highest amount ever paid for an NFL franchise at the time. In 1966, Atlanta chose linebacker Tommy Nobis in the NFL Draft, making him the first Atlanta Falcon.

The Atlanta Falcons played their very first game on August 1, 1966, and lost to the Philadelphia Eagles in a pre-season matchup. The 1960s were not kind to the fledgling franchise; the Falcons would win just 12 games during the remainder of the decade. It wasn’t until 1971 that the Atlanta Falcons enjoyed their first winning season. In 1978, the Falcons made the playoffs for the first time. They would also make the playoffs in 1980 and 1982, before enduring a nine-year playoff drought that ended in 1991.

In 1998, the Atlanta Falcons upset the heavily favored Minnesota Vikings in the NFC Championship Game 30-27, earning them their first (and only) Super Bowl birth. In Super Bowl XXXIII, however, the Falcons were defeated by the Denver Broncos 34-19.

In 2001, former Home Depot co-chairman Arthur Blank purchased the Atlanta Falcons. Blank purchased the Falcons in the midst of the Michael Vick era, a lightning-fast quarterback from Virginia Tech whom they drafted with the first pick overall in 2001 NFL draft. Vick quickly became a sensation, and electrified crowds in Atlanta and in other NFL cities, but never led the Falcons back to the Super Bowl. In 2007, he pled guilty to felony dogfighting charges and was sentenced to 23 months in prison. The Falcons would eventually release him.

Today, the future looks bright for the Atlanta Falcons. With quarterback Matt Ryan, running back Michael Turner, and star wide receivers Julio Jones and Roddy White, the Falcons are one of the NFL favorites to make it to the Super Bowl in 2012. In 2010, they won 13 games before losing to the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Divisional Playoff. In 2011, they lost to the New York Giants (eventual Super Bowl Champions) in the NFC Wild Card Game.

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  1. Which of the following could be a headline in an Atlanta newspaper describing the 1960s?

    1. ? Super Bowl Bound!

    2. ? Falcons Make it to the Playoffs for the First Time!

    3. ? The Falcons Can't Get on a Winning Track!

    4. ? Magnificent Falcons Keep on Winning!

  2. What does the word "rival" mean in the following sentence?

    Local businessmen made the deal but it was the NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle who named Rankin Smith Sr. the owner in an attempt to persuade him to join the NFL rather than the rival AFL (American Football League).



    1. ? opponent

    2. ? model

    3. ? team

    4. ? friend

  3. What happened in 1978?

    1. ? The Falcons made the playoffs for the first time.

    2. ? The Falcons had their first winning season.

    3. ? The Falcons made their first Super Bowl appearance.

    4. ? The Falcons chose Tommy Nobis.

  4. How many games did the Atlanta Falcons win in the 1960's?

    1. ? 8

    2. ? 16

    3. ? 18

    4. ? 12

  5. What does the author suggest about the 2012 NFL season for the Atlanta Falcons?

    1. ? They need a new owner

    2. ? They have a poor chance of making it to the Super Bowl

    3. ? They have few stars or notable players on their team

    4. ? They have a good chance of making it to the Super Bowl

  6. Which of the following best describes the meaning of the word "upset" as used in the following sentence:

    In 1998, the Atlanta Falcons upset the heavily favored Minnesota Vikings in the NFC Championship Game 30-27, earning them their first (and only) Super Bowl Birth.



    1. ? anger

    2. ? losing to a team that was expected to win

    3. ? defeating a team that was expected to win

    4. ? sadness

  7. Which of the following best describes Michael Vick?

    1. ? His career ended early due to injury

    2. ? His career started very well, but took a turn for the worse when he broke the law

    3. ? His career started very well and ended even better

    4. ? His career started badly but improved as time went on

  8. What word could accurately replace "drought" in the following sentence?

    They would also make the playoffs in 1980 and 1982, before enduring a nine-year playoff drought that ended in 1991.



    1. ? return

    2. ? absence

    3. ? deal

    4. ? adventure

  9. In 2010 and 2011...

    1. ? The Falcons lost in the playoffs

    2. ? The Falcons made the playoffs and won the Super Bowl

    3. ? The Falcons failed to make the playoffs

    4. ? The Falcons defeated the New York Giants in the playoffs

  10. Which of the following is true about the Atlanta Falcons?

    1. ? The Falcons cost more than any other NFL franchise at the time

    2. ? The Falcons joined the AFL.

    3. ? They were purchased by Pete Rozelle.

    4. ? They were named by Rankin Smith.

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The Buffalo Bills have played in Buffalo, New York since they were founded in 1959. They are the only team to play in the state of New York as both other “New York” teams, the Jets and Giants, play in New Jersey. The team plays in the American Football Conference (AFC) East Division. The name “Bills” was chosen as a result of a fan contest. The team was previously known as the Bisons but other teams in the area were also called the Bisons. Although Nickels, Blue Devils and Bullets were considered, a local boy won the contest with the Bills. The word “Bill” refers to Buffalo Bill Cody and his gang and is meant to symbolize the wild frontier. Their sponsor was Frontier Oil at the time so it fit really well. The Bills hold several records: They are the only NFL team to win four back-to-back conference championships, which they accomplished between 1990 and 1993. Unfortunately, they lost in the Super Bowl each year, becoming the only team to lose more than two consecutive Super Bowls, and the second team to lose four Super Bowls without winning one (The Minnesota Vikings have also lost four). Before the advent of the Super Bowl, however, The Buffalo Bills won league titles in 1964 and 1965. The Buffalo Bills have had many Hall-of-Fame caliber players. O.J. Simpson spent most of his career with the Bills and was once the league’s all time leading rusher. Thurman Thomas was the team’s star running back during its Super Bowl years and Jim Kelly was its quarterback. Bruce Smith, considered one of the best defensive tackles in the history of the NFL, played most of his career with the Bills as well. Smith holds the career record for most sacks in by an NFL player (200) and was enshrined in the Hall-of-Fame in 2009.

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  1. Why did the Bills change their name from "Bisons"?

    1. ? They wanted to name their team after a famous president.

    2. ? They didn't think "bisons" represented their team well.

    3. ? The passage doesn't say.

    4. ? Other teams in the area were also named "Bisons."

  2. Which of the following team names for the Buffalo Bills was NOT considered?

    1. ? Trains

    2. ? Nickels

    3. ? Bullets

    4. ? Blue Devils

  3. Which Buffalo Bill was formerly the NFL's all-time leading rusher?

    1. ? Thurman Thomas

    2. ? O.J. Simpson

    3. ? Jim Kelly

    4. ? Bruce Smith

  4. Which question is answered in the second paragraph?

    1. ? Who won the Super Bowl in 1991?

    2. ? What team holds the record for winning the most Super Bowls?

    3. ? How many league titles did the Buffalo Bills win?

    4. ? Why was the team named after Buffalo Bill Cody?

  5. The Buffalo Bills are one of ______ teams to lose _______ Super Bowls without having won any.

    1. ? four; four

    2. ? three; four

    3. ? two; four

    4. ? three; two

  6. Which is NOT true about Bruce Smith?

    1. ? He holds the NFL career record for most sacks.

    2. ? He has 200 career sacks.

    3. ? He played most of his career with the Buffalo Bills.

    4. ? He is considered one of the best quarterbacks in NFL history

  7. How many teams currently play in the state of New York?

    1. ? 2

    2. ? 3

    3. ? 0

    4. ? 1

  8. If the entire passage was limited to the final paragraph, what would an appropriate title be?

    1. ? How the Bills Made it to Four Super Bowls

    2. ? The Championship Years

    3. ? Notable players in Buffalo Bills History

    4. ? The Birth of the Buffalo Bills

  9. The Buffalo Bills are the ONLY team to...

    1. ? lose more than two Super Bowls in a row

    2. ? lose four Super Bowls

    3. ? win two league titles

    4. ? lose two Super Bowls

  10. When did the Buffalo Bills win a league title?

    1. ? After they won a Super Bowl

    2. ? After the Super Bowl was born

    3. ? Before the Super Bowl existed

    4. ? In 1990

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The Chicago Bears are a member of the National Football Conference (NFC) North Division. They were founded in 1919. They initially played in Decatur, Illinois and moved to Chicago in 1921. They are one of the only two remaining franchises that were founding members of the NFL (the other is the Cardinals franchise).

The history of the Chicago Bears is long. They were originally known as the Staleys because the owner was the A. E. Staley Food Company. They were renamed the Bears when George Halas bought them in 1921. Halas purchased rights to the team for $100.00. Halas would control the team until 1983 and served as head coach on and off for over 40 years. The Chicago Bears dominated the league in its early years. In the league’s first six years, the Bears posted 34 shutouts and won the 1921 Championship Title. They would also win championships in 1932, 1933, 1934, 1940, 1941,1943, and 1946. During this time, the Bears also formed rivalries with the Chicago Cardinals and the Green Bay Packers. In 1940, the Bears made history by crushing the Washington Redskins 73-0 in the Championship Game. The 73-0 score remains the most lopsided score in NFL history. Their victory in the 1963 NFL Championship Game over the New York Giants (14-10) would be their eighth championship (but last until 1986).

In 1986, the Bears, led by quarterback Jim McMahon, legendary running back Walter Payton, and head coach Mike Ditka, won their first Super Bowl, 46-10, over the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XX. Many people believe the 1985 Bears had the most fearsome defense in the football history. During the 1985 season, the Bears achieved a record of 15 wins and one loss.

On November 18, 2010, the Bears secured the record for the most wins by any NFL franchise with their 700th. In 1995, the Bears made it to Super Bowl XLI, but were defeated by Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts, 29-17.

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  1. The Chicago Bears hold the record for the most _______ in NFL history.

    1. ? losses

    2. ? championships

    3. ? wins

    4. ? trades

  2. George Halas....

    1. ? was the head coach of the Chicago Bear for 40 straight years.

    2. ? controlled the team until 1983

    3. ? sold the team to A.E. Staley

    4. ? Bought the Bears for one million dollars

  3. In its early years, the Chicago Bears...

    1. ? never won a championship

    2. ? struggled to find success

    3. ? posted very few shutouts

    4. ? dominated the league

  4. In the 1985-1986 NFL season, the Chicago Bears....

    1. ? defeated the Indianapolis Colts in the Super Bowl

    2. ? were defeated by the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl

    3. ? had one of hte worst defenses in NFL history

    4. ? achieved a record of 15 wins and one loss

  5. In the most recent Super Bowl the Chicago Bears participated in, they _____________.

    1. ? defeated the New England Patriots

    2. ? were defeated by the New England Patriots

    3. ? defeated the Indianapolis Colts

    4. ? were defeated by the Indianapolis Colts.

  6. "During this time, the Bears also formed rivalries with the Chicago Cardinals and the Green Bay Packers."

    Which of the following also represents a rivalry?



    1. ? Batman and the Joker

    2. ? Shoes and Socks

    3. ? Batman and Robin

    4. ? Trees and Leaves

  7. Which team was defeated byt he Chicago Bears in the most lopsided game in NFL history?

    1. ? The Cardinals

    2. ? The Patriots

    3. ? The Packers

    4. ? The Redskins

  8. In which era were the Chicago Bears most successful?

    1. ? 1970-1980

    2. ? 1930-1940

    3. ? 1990-2000

    4. ? 1960-1970

  9. The Chicago Bears were originally known as the ____________.

    1. ? Stayles

    2. ? Patriots

    3. ? Packers

    4. ? Cardinals

  10. How many franchises are among the "founding franchises" of the NFL?

    1. ? 3

    2. ? 1

    3. ? 2

    4. ? 4

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The Civil War was waged because 11 southern states seceded (broke away and started their own government) from the Union and formed the Confederate States of America. The secession took place primarily because of a long-standing debate concerning states rights, and more specifically the issue of slavery. As new territories became states, opponents of slavery and advocates of slavery often clashed over whether or not that state should allow slavery. After violence broke out in Kansas over the issue, and after Kansas entered the Union as a free state, southerners began to believe that the new president, Abraham Lincoln would take away their rights to make local decisions and would abolish slavery. Henceforth, Virginia, North and South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas and Arkansas broke away from the Union and formed the Confederate States of America. Richmond, Virginia was made its capital and Jefferson Davis was made president. Kentucky, Maryland, Delaware and Missouri were divided on the issue and were declared "border states". Congress, in an effort to preserve the United States, declared war on the Confederate States of America on April 14, 1861.

The first shots of the Civil War were fired April 12, 1861 at Fort Sumter, South Carolina. Although there we no deaths reported that day, the shots at Fort Sumter signified the start of a long, bloody war that would become the most deadly in the history of the United States. Many major battles such as Bull Run I and II, Antietam and Shiloh, among others, claimed tens of thousands of lives on both sides in 1861 and 1862. Neither the Union or the Confederacy had the upper hand.

The turning point in the war, however, occurred on July 1, 1863, when Confederate and Union armies met at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. The battle that ensued was one of the bloodiest battles in American history. Eventually, Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia was driven away from Pennsylvania by Union general George Meade and his Army of the Potomac. The battle did much to cripple the Confederate army. Meanwhile, in the western battlegrounds, Union forces under Ulysses S. Grant had gained control of the Mississippi River and port of New Orleans which effectively split the Confederacy in two.

Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia was further decimated after Ulysses S. Grant was made commander of the Union Army. Grant waged dozens of surprise attacks against Lee's army in the wilderness of Virginia in 1864. Although the battles resulted in the deaths of tens of thousands of soldiers on the Union side, the Confederate Army was at the brink of collapse. Meanwhile, Union general William T. Sherman marched through Georgia and the Carolinas, destroying everything in his path. The march came to be known as "Sherman's March to the Sea".

Finally, after Union forces had invaded the Confederate capital of Richmond, the Confederate states surrendered on April 9, 1865, at Appomattox Courthouse, Virginia. The Union was preserved.



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  1. What does secede mean?

    1. ? To break away from

    2. ? To join

    3. ? To accomplish

    4. ? To lose

  2. Which of the following best describes why 11 southern states seceded from the Union?

    1. ? Because the government wanted the states to make important decisions concerning slavery.

    2. ? Because the southern states wanted the government to make important decisions concerning slavery.

    3. ? Because the southern states did not want the government to make important decisions for them concerning slavery

    4. ? Because the government did not want to malke important decisions for the southern states concerning slavery.

  3. Which of the following is true?

    1. ? Congress declared war before the first shots were fired at Fort Sumter.

    2. ? The first shots fired at Fort Sumter occurred after Congress declared war.

    3. ? Congress declared war after the first shots were fired at Fort Sumter.

    4. ? Abraham Lincoln was president of the Confederacy.

  4. Which of the following was NOT a state that seceded from the Union?

    1. ? Maryland

    2. ? Virginia

    3. ? North Carolina

    4. ? Florida

  5. What was the turning point of the Civil War?

    1. ? Shiloh

    2. ? Appomattox Courthouse

    3. ? Antietam

    4. ? Gettysburg

  6. What general was responsible for the retreat of General Lee and his Army of Northern Virginia at the Battle of Gettysburg?

    1. ? Ulysses S. Grant

    2. ? William T. Sherman

    3. ? George Meade

    4. ? Jefferson Davis

  7. Which of the following is not true?

    1. ? Gettysburg was the turning point of the Civil War.

    2. ? Robert E. Lee's Army of the Potomac was forced out of Pennsylvania by General George Meade and the Amry of the Potomac.

    3. ? After Ulysses S. Grant was made commander of the Union army, he staged a series of attacks in Georgia that decimated Lee's army.

    4. ? William T. Sherman and his army destroyed much of Georgia.

  8. After which event(s) did the Confederate States of America surrender?

    1. ? Gettysburg

    2. ? The invasion of Richmond.

    3. ? Sherman's March to the Sea.

    4. ? The Wilderness attacks.

  9. What happened first?

    1. ? The invasion of Richmond.

    2. ? The surrender of the Confederacy.

    3. ? The Battle of Gettysburg.

    4. ? Sherman's March to the Sea.

  10. What was president Lincoln's main goal during the war?

    1. ? To make the southern states submit to the will of the north.

    2. ? To destroy Georgia.

    3. ? To invade Richmond.

    4. ? To preserve the Union.

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William Henry Gates III (Bill) was born on October 28, 1955, in Seattle, Washington. Bill was the second of three children in an upper-middle class family. He enjoyed playing games with the family and was very competitive. He also loved to read. Bill became bored in public school so his family sent him to Lakeside School where he excelled in math and science and did well in drama and English.

He became interested in computer programming when he was 13. These were the days of giant mainframe computers. The school had a fund-raiser to purchase a teletype terminal so students could use computer time that was donated by General Electric. He wrote a tic-tac-toe program using BASIC, one of the first computer languages. Later he created a computer version of Risk, a board game he liked in which the goal is world domination. Lakeside is where Bill met Paul Allen who shared his interest in computers. Gates and Allen and two other students hacked into a computer belonging to Computer Center Corporation (CCC) to get free computer time. They lost their computer privileges. After a period of probation, they were allowed back in the computer lab when they offered to fix glitches in CCC's software. At age 17, Gates and Allen were paid $20,000 for a program called Traf-O-Data that was used to count traffic.

In early 1973, Bill Gates served as a congressional page in the U.S. House of Representatives. He scored 1590 out of 1600 on the SAT and was accepted by Harvard University. Steve Ballmer, who became CEO of Microsoft after Bill retired, was also a student there. Paul Allen dropped out of Washington College to work on computers at Honeywell. Bill worked for Honeywell in the summer of 1974. Bill left Harvard to join Paul in starting a new software company in Albuquerque, New Mexico. They called it Micro-Soft. This was soon changed to Microsoft, and they moved their

company to Bellevue, Washington.

IBM was one of the biggest computer companies at this time. In 1980, they asked Microsoft to write software to run their new personal computer, the IBM PC. Microsoft kept the licensing rights for the operating system (MS-DOS) so that they earned something for every computer sold first by IBM, and later by all the other companies that made PC computers. Microsoft grew from 25 employees in 1978 to over 90,000 today. Microsoft developed many new technologies. Gates used questionable business practice to get ahead. He has been described as brilliant but childlike, driven, competitive, intense, fun, but lacking in empathy.

Bill Gates is one of the richest men in the world. In 2012 the Forbes list of richest people in the world placed him second with $61 billion in assets. Steve Ballmer is #44 with $15.7 billion; and Paul Allen is #48 with $14.2 billion. In 2006, Gates announced that he would cut back his involvement at Microsoft to spend more time on philanthropy. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation supports many causes. Some are: helping to eradicate polio; fighting AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis; providing vaccinations for children and even reinventing the toilet among many other things.

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  1. Which of the following was the EFFECT of Bill hacking into the CCC computer

    1. ? He wrote a TIC-TAC-TOE program

    2. ? He met Paul Allen

    3. ? They were allowed back on the computer eventually

    4. ? He lost computer privileges

  2. The second to last paragraph describes...

    1. ? how Microsoft became a bigger company than IBM

    2. ? the technical details of MS-DOS

    3. ? how Microsoft rose to a major corporation

    4. ? how Bill Gates became a billionnaire

  3. Microsoft earned money every time....

    1. ? Traf-O-data was used

    2. ? CCC used its software

    3. ? IBM sold a computer running MS-DOS

    4. ? IBM built a computer

  4. In which of the following ways were Bill Gates and Paul Allen NOT alike?

    1. ? They went to the same school

    2. ? They both dropped out of college

    3. ? They both went to the same college

    4. ? They both liked computers

  5. Where was Steve Ballmer a student?

    1. ? Washington College

    2. ? Harvard University

    3. ? Albuquerque, New Mexico

    4. ? The passage doesn't say

  6. Which of the following WAS NOT a program written by Bill Gates or Paul Allen?

    1. ? BASIC

    2. ? A computerized version of Tic-Tac-Toe

    3. ? Traf-o-Data

    4. ? A computerized version of Risk

  7. Which is NOT true about Bill Gates in the first paragraph?

    1. ? He was born in Seattle, Washington

    2. ? He was involved in drama

    3. ? He enjoyed public school

    4. ? He was competitive

  8. What does the word "philanthropy" mean in the last paragraph?

    1. ? wealth

    2. ? computer technology

    3. ? business

    4. ? charity

  9. What question is answered in the second to last paragraph?

    1. ? What new technologies, besides MS-DOS, did Microsfot develop?

    2. ? What does empathy mean?

    3. ? How rich is Bill Gates?

    4. ? How many people work for Microsoft today?

  10. If the entire passage was limited to the last paragraph, what would an appropriate name for the passage be?

    1. ? The Business Practices of Microsoft

    2. ? Microsoft and its Billionnaires

    3. ? Microsoft and its Software

    4. ? The Rise of Microsoft

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