Practice Test Questions
I. Chapter 1,2
1. In 1977 a Seventh Day Adventist congregation in Manhattan purchased a former
synagogue for $400,000. Several years later the congregation decided to sell it because
the maintenance costs were running $100,000 per year, too much for the congregation to
pay. In 1982, a developer paid the congregation $2.4 million for the property. Based on
this information, the cost to the congregation of continuing t~ u,se the. building would
have been: (vI \< C)rf'l(\~'\ A
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