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James Clear

Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits and Break Bad Ones

Nonfiction | Book | Adult | Published in 2018

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Exam Answer Key

Multiple Choice

1. D (Chapter 3)

2. C (Chapter 3)

3. B (Chapter 5)

4. C (Chapters 11 and 12)

5. C (Chapters 15 and 16)

6. A (Various chapters)

7. C (Various chapters)

8. A (Chapter 7)

9. C (Chapter 13)

10. A (Chapter 13)

11. D (Various chapters)

12.  B (Various chapters)

13.  A (Various chapters)

14. C (Chapter 5)

15.  A (Chapter 2)

Long Answer

1. Atoms are the smallest building blocks of matter. They are somewhat imperceptible, but when added onto one another they become much larger, just like the small habits that can lead to large-scale life changes. (Chapters 1-3)

2. Identity can help us stay grounded in the habits we want to make and help us break the ones we want to dispose of. Based on identity, we can ask ourselves, "What kind of person do I want to be?" and "What habits does the person I want to be maintain?" Identifying who we want to be activates our pride and self-esteem. Our investment in the habits we want to develop increases when our pride and identity are involved. (Various chapters, especially Chapters 1-

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