1. to be a great asset to your company which of the following should you do?
a. always look like you're working hard
b. be a problem-solver
c. be quiet and keep your eyes open
d. be friendly with your boss****

2. When you are required to team up with someone you don't like, what should you do?
a. do the best you can to make your teamwork a success and put personal feelings aside*****
b. do as much of the work as you can so that you don't have to work with them very much
c. try to get them to do all of the work so that you don't have to work with them
d. try to work separately as much as possible

3. What might happen if a newly-hired person filled out a W-4 form incorrectly?
a. that person could be placed in a job that is not suitable
b. that person might have a larger tax bill to pay on income taxes***
c. that person might be arrested and then deported
d. that person would probably be fired for dishonesty

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  1. 1. d - no
    2. a - yes
    3. b - yes

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    Ms. Sue
  2. I got 15/19 thanks!

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  3. you only got five wrong

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  4. what were the answers?

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  5. what about the other questions?

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  6. 1. B
    2. A
    3. B
    4. D
    5. A
    6. D
    7. D
    8. C
    9. B
    10. D
    11. C
    12. B
    13. B
    14. A
    15. B
    16. D
    17. A
    18. B & C

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  7. Who is Candice?

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  8. Can dis dik fit in your mouth

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