I'd probably fail the math section because I just suck @ math. Off the top of my head I was able to answer most of the other questions.
A few of the questions are now anachronistic, but that's to be expected 100 years later.
Speaking of math.
Yesterday I stopped in at a sub shop after my nail appt to get a beef dip. What I experienced should scare EVERYONE. First I said what kind of rolls to you use on beef dip (blank stare).......rolls? Yes, beef dip normally comes in a roll but you have a list of all these different breads (new shop) but I don't see the type of rolls mentioned (still basically a blank stare).... so I take a different tack. How do you make your beef dip sandwiches? "we put them on bread"
Finally I ask: Do you have rolls? - what's a roll? It isn't flat break like for a regular sandwich. Oh! -- she holds up a long skinny roll of white bread rolls (I've already decided I should have gone to Rosati's or In and Out or over to Subway but forge ahead) and say okay, I'll take that....... 6" please. When I see the small container of Au Jus I say I'd like extra Au Jus, please..
In the meantime one of the two totally clueless girls comes over to ring me up. I pull out a $20. She rings it up as $10.41. I say here is $20 and I have the forty one cents.
Unfortunately she has already hit the cash key that shows change back of $9.59. Handing her the forty one cents has totally confused her and she tries to be subtle and add it up on a small piece of paper -- which I see and I tell her I gave you $20.41 you only have to give me back a $10 bill. She give me a blank look and says......... it was $9.59 you only gave me forty one cents
at this point I take a deep breath and dig out more change to make it fifty nice cents -- not worth trying to give this girl a basic math lesson for eighteen cents.. plus I already decided no money is going in the tip jar........
So after giving her the additional eighteen cents she hands me a five and four ones. I count the money and tell her she shorted me a dollar. She said the change back was $9.59. You gave me fifty nine cents so the change is $9.......... I say no the bill was $10.41 I gave you a $20 and fifty nine cents, I only owed you $10.41 you already charged me extra with the fifty nine cents... my change back is $10 and we'll call it even. Big sigh she hands me a $1 clearly thinking I just cheated her out of $1.
The other girl now give me my sandwich and the potato salad and Au Jus and I see there is still just the small Au Jus and ask if there is another... Oh, I can't give you more without charging you! Of course, I say, I realize that, I want more Au Jus and charge me for it, please.........
Shoot me if I EVER go there again.........