Quiz – Siman 95

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What is the maximum distance which can connect houses of a city to be considered an extension of the city?


Yaakov's home is in the middle of a desert. How far may Yaakov walk from his home on Shabbos?


What is the maximum distance between 2 cities which could unite them into one city (for the purpose of techumin)


Yosef lives in a city in which all 500 amos of the city was surrounded by walls. Yosef put an eiruv techumin 1000 amos east of the city wall. How many amos westward of the city wall may Yosef walk on Shabbos? (1/3 = .3 :   2/3=.6)


Is one's eiruv techumin valid if it was placed in a tree?


Yosef lives in a city in which all 2000 amos of the city was surrounded by walls. Yosef put an eiruv techumin 1000 amos east of the city wall. How many amos westward of the city wall may Yosef walk on Shabbos? (1/3 = .3 :   2/3=.6)


If one sends a messenger to place an eiruv techumin, who recites the bracha, and who recites the eiruv declaration?


Yitzchak made an eiruv and covered it with muktzah (issur d'rabanan). Is the eiruv valid?


The prohibition of walking 2000 amos from one's place only applies during:


Yaakov lives in Yorkuts City. Chris (a non-jew)  lives 2000 amos away in Chrisville. Yaakov asked Chris to watch his animals for him. On Shabbos, Chris returns the animals to Yaakov's field. May Yaakov let his animals graze in a nearby field which is past the 2000 amos allowance for him to walk from Chris's home?


Yaakov boarded a ship which set sail on erev shabbos. During shabbos the ship docked at an abandoned dock in the middle of a deserted, barren land, 1800 amos away from the point where Yaakov boarded the ship. Under normal circumstances, may Yaakov travel 1000 amos past the point where his ship docked?



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