1. According to a National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) survey, roughly what percentage of American households were affected by white-collar crime in 2005?a. 10%\t b. 25%\t c. 50%\t d. 90%2. Of the following, which two demographic factors were most closely associated with being victimized by white-collar crime in 2005?a. Raceb. Genderc. Aged. Internet usee. Salaryf. Political affiliationg. Residence (rural\/suburban\/urban)3. Between 2001 and 2005 the number of corporate fraud cases handled by the FBI increased by how much?a. 40%\tb. 75% c. 100%\td. 300%4. What ratio of respondents to the NW3C survey reported being affected by a "national corporate scandal"?a. 1-in-8\tb. 1-in-5 c. 1-in-3\td. 1-in-25. What did respondents consider a more serious crime than a database hack?a. Embezzlementb. Robbery\/Burglaryc. False earnings statementd. Car thefte. None of the abovef. All of the above6. True or false? In the NW3C survey, respondents ranked insurance fraud a more serious crime than assault.79: Match the quote about a convicted former CEO to the person to whom the quote refers.7. "[Like Jesus Christ] he was crucified by a government that mistreated him."8. "We are grateful for his vision and his service."9. "There are no retirees eating cat food because of [him]."a. Dennis Kozlowski of Tycob. Kenneth Lay of Enron c. Bernard Ebbers of WorldCom10. In what year did Edwin Sutherland coin the phrase "white-collar crime" (which he defined as "a crime committed by a person of respectability and high social status in the course of his occupation")?a. 1939\tb. 1839 c. 1739\t \td. 1639Bonus question: According to Sophocles, "Things gained through unjust fraud" are what?